|Professional Development Opportunities and Education and Technology Conferences # 50
You can now search the 50th edition of the Professional Development Opportunities and Education and Technology Conferences by Contact North I Contact Nord Research Associate, Clayton R. Wright (crwr77[@]gmail.com), using the following features:
Click on the professional development opportunity or conference title to get the complete information on each event.
This comprehensive list provides a range of options in Canada, the United States, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Australia and Pacific Islands covering teaching, learning, and educational administration, as well as technology in education.
The sort and search options are unique features offered by Contact North I Contact Nord to enhance your experience as you look through the more than 1,900 conferences listed in this directory.
|Training and Assessment Material Review!
|Small Fish in a Big Pond: Advising Rural Students-at-Large Institutions
|Work Harder, Not Smarter Online Conference
|Becoming a Problem Based Learning (PBL) Teacher
|SANS Ransomware Summit
|Leading Strategic Student Success
|Master Mentoring: Grouping Learners and Sharing Learning
|Assurance of Learning Seminar II – Americas
|Forum on Education Abroad, 20th annual
|Facilitating Live, Online Sessions
|Writing for Instructional Design and Training Certificate
|Gamification Principles and Strategies
|Building a High Quality Microcredendtial Program
|Summer School in Social Research Methods (SSRM)
|Mind Full to Mindful: Strategies to Enhance Teaching and Learning
|Engaging Learners in Online Discussions
|Discover Graduate Outcomes Dashboard Demonstration
|Learning with Innovative Technology Conference, 8th annual
|Localization and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Webinar
|High Quality Teaching and Learning in Primary Geography
Provincial Land Acknowledgement
Contact North | Contact Nord respectfully acknowledges that our work, and the work of our community partners, takes place on traditional Indigenous territories across the province.
We are grateful to be able to work and live in these territories. We are thankful to the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people who have cared for these territories since time immemorial and who continue to strengthen Ontario and all communities across the province.