The Emerging Learning Design 2015 Organizing Committee is thrilled to announce the theme and session keywords for our ELD15 conference on May 29th, 2015.

The theme for ELD15 is:

Connect, Construct, Create: Engaging Approaches to Teaching and Learning

A descriptive paragraph of this year’s theme is forthcoming, check back soon.

Categorizing our sessions by keyword last year, compared to tracks, was broadly applauded.  Attendees found it incredibly helpful in determining which sessions to see and presenters found it liberating, being able to use multiple terms to inform potential session members the gist of what they will be presenting.

The Keywords for ELD15 will be as follows:

      • Assessment
      • Blended Learning
      • Classroom Practices
      • Collaboration
      • Communities
      • Digital Citizenship
      • Diversity
      • Evidence of Impact
      • Flexible Learning
      • Flipped Pedagogy
      • Gamification
      • K-12
      • Learning Spaces
      • Libraries
      • Maker Space
      • Mobile Learning
      • New Literacies
      • Old Tech New Use
      • Open Source
      • Problem-Based Learning
      • Repurposing Tech
      • Social Media
      • Storytelling
      • Usability & Accessibility

 

 

 

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