2015 K12 PERSONALIZED LEARNING SYMPOSIUM
Join education leaders Alan Blankstein, Michael Kirst, Tony Miller and Jack O'Connell, more than 100 fellow K12 district leaders from around the country and Stanford University professors and researchers as they gather March 25-26, 2015 at Stanford to explore current trends in personalized and online learning research and best practices for digital curriculum and blended learning implementation.
Participate in engaging keynotes, in-depth working sessions and lively discussions with renowned educational practitioners and peers exploring topics like innovation equity in underserved schools.
Proven Best Practices
Learn and share best practices for 21st Century classrooms, funding and implementing personalized learning in schools. Discover the latest trends and research regarding personalized and online learning for students and teachers.
The Perfect Setting
For over 50 years, Stanford has pioneered research on how computers can enhance and accelerate student learning and achievement. Professor Patrick Suppes spearheaded this in-depth groundbreaking, leading the way for the world's first computer-based adaptive learning tools.