iNACOL is pleased to announce our Wednesday morning keynote. Please join us to hear from our student panel, including learners Aidyn Grice of Norris Academy (WI), Alyssia Leach of GripTape and University of Louisville, Elias Hernandez of River Springs School (CA), Landon Kreps of Alamosa High School, and Victoria Borunda of ACE Leadership High School, on Wednesday, October 30th from 8:00-9:15 am PT.
This keynote provides a forum to amplify the most critical of all voices in the work of transforming learning – the voices of students. Joining us from diverse backgrounds and experiences, these students will share their personal journey on how student-centered approaches to K-12 education have changed the way they learn, fostered greater ownership of their learning, and opened doors to pursue their personal and academic goals.
Virgel Hammonds, Chief Learning Officer at KnowledgeWorks, will facilitate a panel discussion with our student leaders of tomorrow in an unfiltered and honest conversation. The students will provide their first-hand accounts of what it’s like to reimagine their own education and illuminate their own paths forward.
Audience members – this is your chance to ask questions to students immersed in innovative learning. Send your questions to the students through Twitter using #iNACOL19.
Please join us at the iNACOL Symposium to hear from these students, nearly 200 thought-provoking sessions and unparalleled networking opportunities October 28-31, 2019 in Palm Springs. Learn more about our keynote speakers.