UKEdChat Global 2020 Online Conference – Call for Speakers

Global Online Conference planned for 9-11 June 2020

As part of our efforts to support the amazing community of schools, teachers and educators globally, we are delighted to announce that our plans for a 2020 UKEdChat Conference have been moved forward to June 2020.

The 2020 event will be our second online conference, and many educators got involved in the first event, sharing resources, pedagogy and great ideas that can be used in the classroom.

We have now opened our ‘Call to Speakers’, and we invite school leaders, teachers, educational authors, educational consultants and educational companies to create (upto) 20-minute videos that will inspire delegates during the 3-day event. Recording a video is simple, and we will guide presenters on how to create an engaging and memorable video if required.

Also, we invite teachers, school leaders and other people interested in education to create one-minute quick-tip videos that will also be shared during the conference dates.

We are flexible in the topics, but will particularly welcome videos focusing on:

  • Using EdTech to help teaching and learning,
  • Classroom management strategies that work,
  • Environmental learning,
  • Improving subject knowledge,
  • Practical learning,
  • Outdoor learning ideas,
  • Pedagogy, pedagogy, pedagogy,
  • Leadership or Management strategies,
  • Positive social, emotional and mental health environments for all,
  • Using social media positively for professional development or learning.

Other topics ideas are also welcomed. Please click the button below to apply, and we will send further guidance and support once we have reviewed your application.

Speaker applications will close on 19th April 2020.

We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.

The official conference page can now be found at https://ukedchat.com/conference/2020onlineconference/

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Colin Hill - Founder, researcher and editor of ukedchat. Also a bit of a tech geek! Project management, design thinking, and metacognition.

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