Attend RSCON3. You Won’t Regret It.

If you don’t have plans for the weekend of July 29-31, you’re in luck. Really!

If you do have plans, you might want to consider adjusting them.

The Reform Symposium – RSCON3 – will be held online beginning on July 29, running all the way through July 31. It’s a truly inspirational, unique conference that brings together some of the most incredible educators in the world for three days of professional development. You should really be there.

This time around, I’m truly humbled to be on the roster of amazing presenters. Together with Pernille Ripp, I’ll be sharing our experience collaborating across the country to bring a meaningful learning experience to our students. We’d love for you to join us on July 29 at 7:30 PM EST.

RSCON3 is a wonderful way to connect with other educators around the world and learn together. Come by for one session or as many as you like. It’s totally free and totally worth your time.

Take the plunge. You won’t regret it!



In a few days, nearly 8000 educators from over 40 different countries are expected to attend a free 3 day virtual conference, The Reform Symposium, #RSCON3. This free award-nominated e-conference is going to take place on July 29-31st, 2011. Participants can attend this online conference from the comfort of their homes or anywhere that has Internet access. This amazing conference provides educators new or currently active on social networks the opportunity to connect with educators and professionals in the field of education worldwide. With over 12 Keynotes, 80 presenters, and 3 keynote panel discussions you are bound to be inspired!


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