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It’s Global Education Leadership Week!


Don’t miss out!

Please join me when I present today at the Global Leadership Week. I will be speaking 1:00 pm GMT, 10 pm Norwegian time.  The link to my presentation is here.

Global Leadership Week (GLW) is a week-long celebration of leadership through global action in K-20 education, taking place April 25 – 29, 2016, and organized by the Global Education Conference (GEC) Network. GLW is an opportunity for global education leaders (and those who want to be!) to learn from one another and share effective principles in leadership, particularly within the context of an interconnected, global age. The Global Leadership Day virtual mini-conference on Tuesday, April 26th will feature thought leaders at all levels. The conference is only online, and sessions will be streamed and recorded for the public; subsequent recordings will be used as living artifacts to continually inspire leaders. These series of presentations, interviews, and panels will highlight leadership practices from a range of experts, and will take place between 12:00 – 4:00 pm US-Pacific Daylight Time. Topics include: State/National/International Leadership, District Leadership, Teacher Leadership, Classroom Leadership, Teacher Education, Corporate and Nonprofit Leadership.

Global Education Leadership Week is Created by Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon, founders of the Global Education Conference
Global Leadership Day is a short online, free conference with 30 minute presentations by distinguished global educators and leaders.
Keynotes include Fernando Reimers, Gavin Dykes, Ann Michaelsen, Emily McCarren, Jennifer Klein, Dr Eunhee Jung, Anne Mirtschin, Julie Lindsay and many more!
The conference takes place largely on Tuesday April 26 (afternoon PST) with other key events available throughout the week.
See the schedule!
Follow on Twitter #globaled16

 

About Ann S. Michaelsen (542 Articles)
Teacher working in a new high school in Norway. Using web 2.0 to engange the students and connect wiht others using blogs. All my students write their own blogs too

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