Workshops at Member Schools


Kagan USA Tour
Location: Corbett Preparatory School of IDS, Tampa

• Kagan Model School Open House
Date: October 20, 2017
Registration Cost: $80

• Cooperative Learning
Date: October 21, 2017
Registration Cost: $219

• Higher-Level Thinking Skills
Date: October 21, 2017
Registration Cost: $219

Every fourth person registering from the same school is eligible to receive a scholarship for a FREE workshop and course materials. Scholarships paid for by a grant donated by the William Farish Fund and the Schwartz Foundation. **
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350+ Thought Leaders and Educators from Around the World Converging in Beautiful Miami

ShiftinEdu is a summit for forward thinkers on November 9 and 10, 2017 in Miami. We gather thought leaders and educators from all over the world and empower them to be influencers in their own communities. The focus of the summit is to drive innovation in education through leveraging new methodologies and technologies in learning. We have two tracks in place: Digital Learning, Creativity, & Digital Citizenship and Visionary Leadership & Professional Growth.

ShiftinEdu started as Miami Device in 2014 and grew into the premier conference for the edtech community. At St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School we recognize the change in education that deemphasizes the device and empowers our learners with future-ready skills. As a result, it was time to rebrand Miami Device.

We are leaders in the global learning circuit and provide quality and cutting edge professional development that leverages new methodologies and technologies in learning. Be part of this evolution and be one of 350+ thought leaders and educators from different states and countries in beautiful and vibrant Miami!

Date: November 9-10, 2017
Location: St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School, Miami, FL
Early Bird Deadline: May 31
Early Bird Price: $395
Regular Deadline: July 31
Regular Registration Price: $445


Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Robert Brooks, Speaker and Author
Dr. Kaleb Rashad, High Tech High, CA
Kristin Ziemke, Ed Collaborative
Cathy Hunt, St. Hilda’s, Australia
Linda Liukas, Hello Ruby, Finland
Second City Works, Improv

Featured Speakers:

Michel de Hond, The Steve Jobs School
Dr. Monica Burns, Class Tech Tips
Kyle Pace, Learning is Leading
AJ Juliani, Innovation Blogger
Rabbi Michael Cohen, The Tech Rabbi
Sarah Thomas, EduMatch
Kathy Cassidy, Primary Classroom Blogger
Mr. Greg, Kindergarten Smorgasboard

Registration is open, we have a few spots left!

For more information visit our website

Florida Connected: Global Education Conference

At this conference, participants will:

  • Exchange innovative ideas on infusing global content in your classroom
  • Share opportunities to connect and network with other globally minded educators
  • Increase your knowledge of global opportunities to serve worldwide

Workshops during the conference will cover:

  • Creating positive, long-term impacts in international communities
  • Creating partnerships that have sustainable impacts
  • Extending the walls of the classroom through service learning
  • Engaging students through globally-minded activities
  • Using technology to engage students in global curriculum

Please consider submitting a session proposal on how you integrate global content in your courses or global activities at your school. Proposals can be submitted at this link:

Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Location: Community School of Naples
Deadline for Proposals: August 30, 2017
Conference Co-Sponsors: University of Florida Center for Latin American and African Studies, Community School of Naples, Naples Council of World Affairs, Projects for Haiti

More details on the conference will be added to the conference website over the summer here:

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