iLearn Collaborative's sixth annual conference will take place on February 22-23, 2019 in beautiful Denver, Colorado. Education leaders nationwide will come together to bridge the gap between the theory and the practice of student-centered learning. Register today!

Keynote Speaker on Friday, February 22

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Vicki Davis, Teacher, Speaker, and Widely Read Author

Vicki is a well-known speaker on differentiating instruction and education technology.  She has spoken at Google, Microsoft, and other tech companies about innovative technology use, and her classroom was named one of the top 10 Financially Literate classrooms in the U.S. by the H&R Block Budget Challenge in 2014. Her work has taken her and her students around the world - to China, India, Qatar, Dubai, Hawaii, and here in the states where she has shared more than 100 keynotes and spotlights. 

As a global collaboration pioneer, Vicki has created the Flat Classroom Project, which won ISTE’s Online Learning Award in 2006 and the MAD About Mattering Project in 2016 and 2017.  She has authored three books to help empower teachers to connect their students to technology and the world, and has written the Cool Cat Teacher blog for more than 12 years, which is listed in the top 50 blogs in education with more than 100,000 unique visitors each month.  Most recently she began hosting the podcast the 10-Minute Teacher show that hit the top ten downloaded podcasts in iTunes k12 store after only one week.

Learn how to keep the mindset that keeps you in tip-top shape for your students and for living life well as Vicki shares 12 Habits of the 21st Century Educator. Don't miss her spotlight sessions,  Technology-Driven Differentiated Instruction and 50 Ways to Improve Your Classroom with Technology

Ignite Session on Saturday, February 23


Dynamic, Rapid-Fire Presentations!

On Saturday morning,  join us for this special Ignite Session where a variety of presenters will have the opportunity to deliver a 5-minute talk on personalized and/or blended learning followed by round table discussions.