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May 5, 2020

Act Now: Aurora Institute Symposium 2020 Early-Bird Registration Savings Ending Soon

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Register Now for Early-Bird Pricing

Register to attend the Aurora Institute Symposium 2020 today. Early-bird registration discounts end September 9, 2020.

Innovative educators and experts come together at the Aurora Institute Symposium year after year to learn together, identify solutions to their toughest challenges, and share the latest trends and innovations in future-focused education.

Take advantage of early-bird registration discounts before the end of your school or district’s fiscal year to save on the cost of attending the Aurora Institute Symposium October 25-28, 2020 in San Antonio. Attendee registration is now open.

We look forward to seeing you in San Antonio.

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April 30, 2020

Reminder: Request For Presentation Proposals Is Open | Aurora Institute Symposium 2020

Note that this call for proposals is due tomorrow.

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Aurora Institute is now accepting Requests for Presentation (RFP) proposals in 9 strands for the Aurora Institute Symposium.

Innovative educators and experts come together at the Aurora Institute Symposium year after year to learn together, identify solutions to their toughest challenges, and share the latest trends and innovations in future-focused education.

Access the RFP and submit your proposal to presentThe deadline for submitting presentation proposals is Friday, May 1, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. ET.

The Aurora Institute Program Committee will give priority to proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based approaches, drawing on participant experiences, and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Christy Ellis, Events Project Manager, at cellis@aurora-institute.org. For other frequently asked questions, explore the Symposium FAQs web page.

New Symposium Strand

As a result of the current shift in education caused by COVID-19, we have added another strand to the Symposium sessions and workshops to reflect the Continuity of Learning efforts currently underway. By introducing the “Anytime/Anywhere Learning” strand, presenters can provide insight on strategies and resources on implementing remote learning opportunities, share lessons learned, and showcase best practices.

View Our RFP Webinar


Aurora Institute recently hosted a special webinar to offer insights on the Symposium RFP process. Our Chief Operating Officer, Bruce Friend shared pointers that will help you craft a standout session proposal. View this archived webinar to also learn about the structure of the Symposium, session strands and formats, understand how proposals are evaluated, and discover ways to heighten interactivity in your session.
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View our #webinar on submitting proposals for the #Aurora2020 Symposium to learn some pointers on presenting: http://ow.ly/c7hn30quK5v @Aurora_Inst
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You don’t want to miss an opportunity to present at #Aurora20, Oct 25-28 in San Antonio. @Aurora_Inst is now accepting requests for presentation proposals until 5/1. Submit your proposal today: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49
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Aurora Institute is now accepting presentation proposals for #Aurora20 held on Oct. 25-28 in San Antonio. Be sure to submit your proposal before 5/1: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49 @Aurora_Inst
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The mission of the Aurora Institute is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all.

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The Aurora Institute Symposium was formerly the iNACOL Symposium.
This email was sent by: Aurora Institute
1934 Old Gallows Road, Suite 350, Vienna, VA, 22182-4040 United States

April 29, 2020

Reminder: Request for Presentation Proposals is Open | Aurora Institute Symposium 2020

And from the neo-liberals.

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Time Is Running Out
To Submit Your Proposal

Aurora Institute is now accepting Requests for Presentation (RFP) proposals in 9 strands for the Aurora Institute Symposium.

Innovative educators and experts come together at the Aurora Institute Symposium year after year to learn together, identify solutions to their toughest challenges, and share the latest trends and innovations in future-focused education.

Access the RFP and submit your proposal to presentThe deadline for submitting presentation proposals is Friday, May 1, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. ET.

The Aurora Institute Program Committee will give priority to proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based approaches, drawing on participant experiences, and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Christy Ellis, Events Project Manager, at cellis@aurora-institute.org. For other frequently asked questions, explore the Symposium FAQs web page.

New Symposium Strand

As a result of the current shift in education caused by COVID-19, we have added another strand to the Symposium sessions and workshops to reflect the Continuity of Learning efforts currently underway. By introducing the “Anytime/Anywhere Learning” strand, presenters can provide insight on strategies and resources on implementing remote learning opportunities, share lessons learned, and showcase best practices.

View Our RFP Webinar


Aurora Institute recently hosted a special webinar to offer insights on the Symposium RFP process. Our Chief Operating Officer, Bruce Friend shared pointers that will help you craft a standout session proposal. View this archived webinar to also learn about the structure of the Symposium, session strands and formats, understand how proposals are evaluated, and discover ways to heighten interactivity in your session.
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Share With Your Colleagues on Twitter

View our #webinar on submitting proposals for the #Aurora2020 Symposium to learn some pointers on presenting: http://ow.ly/c7hn30quK5v @Aurora_Inst
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You don’t want to miss an opportunity to present at #Aurora20, Oct 25-28 in San Antonio. @Aurora_Inst is now accepting requests for presentation proposals until 5/1. Submit your proposal today: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49
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Aurora Institute is now accepting presentation proposals for #Aurora20 held on Oct. 25-28 in San Antonio. Be sure to submit your proposal before 5/1: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49 @Aurora_Inst
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About Us

The mission of the Aurora Institute is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all.

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The Aurora Institute Symposium was formerly the iNACOL Symposium.
This email was sent by: Aurora Institute
1934 Old Gallows Road, Suite 350, Vienna, VA, 22182-4040 United States

April 25, 2020

Reminder: Request for Presentation Proposals is Open | Aurora Institute Symposium 2020

A note from the neo-liberals to end the week.

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Time Is Running Out
To Submit Your Proposal

Aurora Institute is now accepting Requests for Presentation (RFP) proposals in 9 strands for the Aurora Institute Symposium.Innovative educators and experts come together at the Aurora Institute Symposium year after year to learn together, identify solutions to their toughest challenges, and share the latest trends and innovations in future-focused education.

Access the RFP and submit your proposal to presentThe deadline for submitting presentation proposals is Friday, May 1, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. ET.

The Aurora Institute Program Committee will give priority to proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based approaches, drawing on participant experiences, and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Christy Ellis, Events Project Manager, at cellis@aurora-institute.org. For other frequently asked questions, explore the Symposium FAQs web page.

New Symposium Strand

As a result of the current shift in education caused by COVID-19, we have added another strand to the Symposium sessions and workshops to reflect the Continuity of Learning efforts currently underway. By introducing the “Anytime/Anywhere Learning” strand, presenters can provide insight on strategies and resources on implementing remote learning opportunities, share lessons learned, and showcase best practices.

View Our RFP Webinar


Aurora Institute recently hosted a special webinar to offer insights on the Symposium RFP process. Our Chief Operating Officer, Bruce Friend shared pointers that will help you craft a standout session proposal. View this archived webinar to also learn about the structure of the Symposium, session strands and formats, understand how proposals are evaluated, and discover ways to heighten interactivity in your session.
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Share With Your Colleagues on Twitter

View our #webinar on submitting proposals for the #Aurora2020 Symposium to learn some pointers on presenting: http://ow.ly/c7hn30quK5v @Aurora_Inst
Tweet
You don’t want to miss an opportunity to present at #Aurora20, Oct 25-28 in San Antonio. @Aurora_Inst is now accepting requests for presentation proposals until 5/1. Submit your proposal today: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49
Tweet
Aurora Institute is now accepting presentation proposals for #Aurora20 held on Oct. 25-28 in San Antonio. Be sure to submit your proposal before 5/1: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49 @Aurora_Inst
Tweet

About Us

The mission of the Aurora Institute is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all.

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Twitter
YouTube
The Aurora Institute Symposium was formerly the iNACOL Symposium.
This email was sent by: Aurora Institute
1934 Old Gallows Road, Suite 350, Vienna, VA, 22182-4040 United States

April 16, 2020

REMINDER: Request For Presentation Proposals Is Open | Aurora Institute Symposium 2020

And from the neo-liberals.

Web Version


Time Is Running Out
To Submit Your Proposal

Aurora Institute is now accepting Requests for Presentation (RFP) proposals in 9 strands for the Aurora Institute Symposium.

Innovative educators and experts come together at the Aurora Institute Symposium year after year to learn together, identify solutions to their toughest challenges, and share the latest trends and innovations in future-focused education.

Access the RFP and submit your proposal to presentThe deadline for submitting presentation proposals is Friday, May 1, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. ET.

The Aurora Institute Program Committee will give priority to proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, modeling personalized, competency-based approaches, drawing on participant experiences, and promoting dialogue and exchange. Across the various presentation formats and strands, we also encourage presentation proposals that target specific nuances of implementation that dig below the surface and unpack rather than being very general in nature.

If you have questions regarding the RFP, please contact Christy Ellis, Events Project Manager, at cellis@aurora-institute.org. For other frequently asked questions, explore the Symposium FAQs web page.

New Symposium Strand

As a result of the current shift in education caused by COVID-19, we have added another strand to the Symposium sessions and workshops to reflect the Continuity of Learning efforts currently underway. By introducing the “Anytime/Anywhere Learning” strand, presenters can provide insight on strategies and resources on implementing remote learning opportunities, share lessons learned, and showcase best practices.

View Our RFP Webinar


Aurora Institute recently hosted a special webinar to offer insights on the Symposium RFP process. Our Chief Operating Officer, Bruce Friend shared pointers that will help you craft a standout session proposal. View this archived webinar to also learn about the structure of the Symposium, session strands and formats, understand how proposals are evaluated, and discover ways to heighten interactivity in your session.
3 people having a discussion at the table

Share With Your Colleagues on Twitter

View our #webinar on submitting proposals for the #Aurora2020 Symposium to learn some pointers on presenting: http://ow.ly/c7hn30quK5v @Aurora_Inst
Tweet
You don’t want to miss an opportunity to present at #Aurora20, Oct 25-28 in San Antonio. @Aurora_Inst is now accepting requests for presentation proposals until 5/1. Submit your proposal today: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49
Tweet
Aurora Institute is now accepting presentation proposals for #Aurora20 held on Oct. 25-28 in San Antonio. Be sure to submit your proposal before 5/1: http://ow.ly/5kOg30qpD49 @Aurora_Inst
Tweet

About Us

The mission of the Aurora Institute is to drive the transformation of education systems and accelerate the advancement of breakthrough policies and practices to ensure high-quality learning for all.

Facebook
Twitter
YouTube
The Aurora Institute Symposium was formerly the iNACOL Symposium.
This email was sent by: Aurora Institute
1934 Old Gallows Road, Suite 350, Vienna, VA, 22182-4040 United States
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