Our 2019 venue announced, bookings open, submissions solicited, and the personal curriculum: find out what’s included in this issue of your Reimagine Education Newsletter.
Last year, Reimagine delegates enjoyed the elegance and convenience of the Grand Hyatt Hotel. This year, our new venue continues to prioritise prestige and accessibility: the 2019 Reimagine Education event will be held at Imperial College Business School on December 8th 2019, and at London’s Queen Elizabeth II Centre on December 9th-10th 2019, a stone’s throw from the Palaces of Westminster and the London Eye.
To join education’s premium event at London’s premium venue, get your conference pass now!
CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
Our Reimagined Reimagine event places interactivity at the heart of the event, with an entire day devoted to workshops and other collaborative experiences designed to drive the professional development of our delegates.
If you’ve got a workshop proposal, or want to lead the speaking agenda, you can submit your abstract here!
The 2019/20 Reimagine Education Awards are still open to all pedagogical innovations and cutting-edge edtech solutions.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re improving learning outcomes in the secondary or tertiary education space, or if you’re at a university or edtech company: all are welcome.
Apply today for your shot at $50,000 in prize funding!
Howard B. Esbin is co-creator of The Prelude Suite, an experiential learning platform that enables virtual project teams to practice distributed leadership and strengthen soft skills in a compact creative process.
In our previous newsletter, Esbin explored the provenance and purpose of the Master of Arts qualification, in the first instalment of a two-part series. In his follow-up article, he seeks to reimagine the Master of Arts qualification, and to provide some frameworks and exemplars by which that might be achieved.
Sophie Bailey, founder of The EdTech Podcast and long-term valued partner of Reimagine, explores the personal curriculum. How can curricula – and the pedagogy on which that curriculum is based – empower personalized learning in a way that does not isolate learners? Find her latest instalment here.