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Momentum: FLVS World Symposium

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/10/2014 - 03/10/2014
All Day

Location
The Hilton Orlando

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The three-day event delivers a dynamic program that includes expert speakers and innovative breakout sessions covering the latest trends and best practices in virtual education. More than 2,000 current and future users of FLVS are expected to attend.

Momentum: FLVS World Symposium will take place at The Hilton Orlando from Wednesday, October 1, through Friday, October 3, with a pre-conference workshop on Virtual School Leadership held on Tuesday, September 30, 2014. Featured in the packed agenda for the conference are more than 40 breakout sessions, keynote speakers, and the annual Opening Doors to the World Awards Celebration dinner honoring leaders in virtual education.*

Keynote speakers are Ian Jukes and Dan Heath.  Jukes is the founder and executive director of the InfoSavvy Group, an international educational leadership consulting firm.  He has worked with clients in more than 75 countries and has given more than 10,000 presentations. His most recent books are: “Teaching the Digital Generation,” “Living on the Future Edge,” and “Literacy Is Not Enough.”

Dan Heath is a columnist for Fast Company magazine, and he has taught and consulted with organizations such as Microsoft, Philips, Vanguard, Macy’s, USAID and the American Heart Association.  Heath has co-written two best-selling books with his brother including “Change Things When Change Is Hard,” which debuted at #1 on The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal bestseller lists and the critically acclaimed book “Made to Stick,” which was named the Best Business Book of the Year. Their latest book “Decisive” also made it to the number one spot on the best–seller lists of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and will be the focus of Heath’s presentation.

*The Opening Doors to the World Awards Celebration dinner is a separate ticketed event.  Please visit The Foundation for FLVS website for more information.