Strand Keynotes

Dr. Alec Couros

Dr. Couros is a professor of educational technology & media at the University of Regina, Canada where he helps adults and youth take up the incredible affordances of the digital age, while at the same time, providing them with strategies to avoid the numerous pitfalls along the way.

Pre-Conference Workshop:
Understanding (School) Leadership in a Connected World

Today’s increasingly connected, digital world has tremendous implications for every facet of the field of education: from teaching and learning to student well-being; from digital identity to institutional reputation; and everything in between. In this session, participants will take an in-depth look at the topic of school leadership in a connected world. Read More

Ewan McIntosh

Leading projects around the world for clients in education and industry, Ewan is the passionate and energising tour de force behind NoTosh. A highly-regarded keynote speaker at events around the world, he’s also the author of “How To Come Up With Great Ideas and Actually Make Them Happen”.

Pre-Conference Workshop:
Designing Spaces for Learning

Participate in a one-day intense experience with Ewan McIntosh to discover how you can design better spaces for learning, either with an architect or alone. Read More

Strand Extended Workshops

Admin, WTF? (Where’s The Fun?)

Come explore ways to find a balance between what we know is awesome and what we feel we must do in the current structure of education that places emphasis on the prestige of traditional programs. Read more

Liz ChoDirector of Curriculium

Expediting And Sustaining Change: Diffusing Innovation In Dynamic Educational Settings

This session will equip educators, coaches and school administrators with a toolkit for efficiently examining and diffusing innovations within their schools. Read more

Jeff DunganInstructional Technology Coach
Jessica HaleDirector of Learning Innovation & Technology

WLead: Women Leading Change

Female leadership continues to lag behind male leadership in international schools. Our goal is to balance this inequality in leadership and create new opportunities for educators and aspiring females within our schools as we move into the future.

WLead is a strand incorporated into the 21st Century Learning Conference that provides a platform for  those interested in empowering current and future generations of women around the world. Learn More

One Hour Workshops

During the main conference, you will have the opportunity to attend workshops run by educator leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region and further afield! Some of the workshops already confirmed include:

Leading Project Innovate: A K12 Initiative

Helen Kelly Canadian International School (Hong Kong)

Innovative Learning Spaces: Pedagogy & Practice

Jessica Hale Oasis International School (Malaysia)

Information Literacy in a Digital World

Katie StearsLead Teacher Information Literacy Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong

Free Learning: Choice In Student & Teacher Learning

Ross Parker International College Hong Lok Yuen (Hong Kong)

Using Perception Data to Improve the Learning Experience

Kate Nevenglovska British School of Jakarta (Indonesia)

Moving Towards Standards-Based Grading

Evan Weinberg Saigon South International School (Vietnam)

Register Now!

21CLHK10 promises to be our biggest conference yet, and we definitely hope to see you there. If you would like to begin your registration please go right ahead

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