As in the past, the LfPL symposium provided extraordinary opportunities for dialogue between international leaders, researchers, practitioners, school educators, and policymakers.
This year, attendees came together in person and online to share perspectives, pose questions, consider solutions, and develop a deeper understanding of the influences on teaching and learning.
We can’t wait to see everyone again in 2024 in Valparaiso, Chile, at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaíso (Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso).
Leadership for Professional Learning in Complex Times: Asking New Questions?
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The 2022 LfPL Symposium will take place in Dublin, Ireland at Dublin City University.
Symposium attendees can check the agenda in Whova.
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Symposium participants will be able to share innovations, research, and lessons from their experience, and seek support and solutions to challenges facing the field.
The hybrid symposium theme is leadership for professional learning in complex times: asking new questions?.
The 2022 Symposium Strands are:
Do you have an interest in the education of adults and education professionals, such as PreK-12 educators, school or systems leaders, academics and researchers, education students, and policymakers or policy advocates, and other interested partners?
If so, then, yes! The symposiums are a meeting of the minds of all education stakeholders.
With collaborative leadership, the symposiums are hosted by Dublin City University, University of Cambridge, University of Florida Lastinger Center, and Professional Development in Education. The planning committee members are:
The hybrid symposium will be the fourth convening in the series that began in 2017.
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