National Conference on Education (AASA)

February 17-18, 2022 | USA

National Conference on Education
With schools thrust into the global pandemic, equity became a critical barometer as changes were made to accommodate necessary distance learning, safety, technology, mental health and wellness, and other innovative approaches to education. Through this event, attendees increase their leadership skills and professional competence, exchange ideas and solutions with other education leaders, and learn to address the controversial issues facing today’s educators.

Spotlight

In the United States, micro-credentials could serve as a powerful tool to improve the professional development industry serving teachers and administrators. Education reformers and policy leaders are beginning to recognize that if schools are to create competency-based and personalized learning experiences for every student and ensure students know how to collaborate and communicate, then those who are teaching them need to lead their own learning as well.


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Join us on 6–7 April 2022 for HashtagHigherEd UK, a dedicated forum for higher education marketing and communications professionals to come together and share best practice for communication strategies in the current changing landscape. Spanning two days, day 1 will deliver advice and best practice on adapting your communication style for the next generation. Featuring the brands that Gen Z connect with the most, discover how to build a brand that attracts new students to your universities and position yourself as a disruptor when it matters the most. Day 2 will focus on building your strategy to attract new international students, from accessing new markets to conversion and communication styles.

CISC 2022

February 23-25, 2022 | USA

The Curriculum and Instruction Steering Committee (CISC) is a committee of the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA). CISC initiates collaborative leadership with school districts, the California Department of Education, and other partners to ensure programs, practices, and services that support success for all students. The committee identifies statewide curriculum and staff development needs, provides a communication and implementation network for curriculum and professional development activities, and assists the CDE in adopting and implementing instructional materials and developing publications such as curriculum frameworks. The annual CISC Leadership Symposium brings together over 1,000 educational leaders from throughout the State for three days of networking and learning about the latest shifts in education and models of innovative action.

23rd World Education Summit 2022- Higher Education

March 24-26, 2022 | USA

The summit brings together the best minds from the world of education on a common platform to discuss important issues related to the industry as well as the challenges and opportunities in India’s higher education.

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July 9-12, 2022 | USA

Join a collaborative user community of forward-thinking educators and administrators sharing innovative learning and best practices about geospatial technology. We'll explore how geographic information system (GIS) education strengthens communities through holistic thinking. By recognizing the common interests of and interdependencies between members of a community, decision-makers can create positive feedback loops and avoid unintended consequences. Using GIS, educators and students can create positive change in both the communities where they live and communities of interest that span the globe.

Spotlight

In the United States, micro-credentials could serve as a powerful tool to improve the professional development industry serving teachers and administrators. Education reformers and policy leaders are beginning to recognize that if schools are to create competency-based and personalized learning experiences for every student and ensure students know how to collaborate and communicate, then those who are teaching them need to lead their own learning as well.

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