New Virtual Education Conference On The Block: Momentum

A new virtual education learning conference is making it’s public debut. The Foundation for Florida Virtual School announced on Thursday, they are opening their annual virtual education conference to a national audience. Momentum: FLVS World Symposium, a three-day event, provides expert speakers and more than 40 breakout sessions addressing the latest trends and best practices in online education.
Momentum: Florida Virtual School (FLVS) World Symposium will be held 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. Keynote speakers are Ian Jukes, founder and executive director of the InfoSavvy Group, an international educational leadership consulting firm, and Dan Heath, 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. The annual Opening Doors to the World Awards Celebration dinner honoring leaders in virtual education will be held on Wednesday, October first.*
“The world of online education has grown exponentially through the years, and FLVS is a recognized thought leader,” said Star Kraschinsky, president of The Foundation for FLVS in a press release on Thursday. “We are excited and proud to host this premier event that brings together the best and the brightest in the business for this high-value, three-day learning experience.”
Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available which offer space in an exhibit hall on Wednesday and Thursday. Visit The Foundation for FLVS website for more information and to register.
*The Opening Doors to the World Awards Celebration dinner is a separate ticketed event. Please visit The Foundation for FLVS website for more information.
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