Educon 2.0

January 25 - 27, 2008
Science Leadership Academy
55 N. 22nd St.
Philadelphia, PA

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EduCon 2.2 -- Jan 29 - 31st @ SLA!

What is EduCon2.0?

EduCon 2.0 is both a conversation and a conference.
And it is not a technology conference. It is an education conference. It is a School 2.0 conference. It is, hopefully, an innovation conference where we can come together, both in person and virtually, to discuss the future of schools. Every session will be an opportunity to discuss and debate ideas -- from the very practical to the big dreams.

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Join the Educon 2.0 Group on Ning:

Read about all the conversations that are scheduled.

The Axioms

Guiding Principles of EduCon 2.0:
1) Our schools must be inquiry-driven, thoughtful and empowering for all members
2) Our schools must be about co-creating -- together with our students -- the 21st Century Citizen
3) Technology must serve pedagogy, not the other way around.
4) Technology must enable students to research, create, communicate and collaborate
5) Learning can -- and must -- be networked.

Conference Details

Session / Conversation Information
Conference Agenda

More Conversations

Here's where to get all the information about:
  • How to take part in EduCon Virtually
  • David Warlick's Diagram Your Vision Challenge for EduCon Attendees
  • All the "informal" session space that will be happening at EduCon.


Register today at:
Cost: $50 ($60 after January 22th) -- Payable to the Science Leadership Academy


The Windsor Suites
17th and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA
Hotel Information


Join the Facebook EduCon 2.0 Group!

EduCon 2.0 Store!

What would a conference be without stuff to buy? Visit our CafePress store for all the latest in EduCon gear.

Act 48 Credit:

We will be offering Act 48 Credit for all Certified PA Public School teachers.

For More Information:

Contact Chris Lehmann at

Read the blog post with the initial thoughts around the creation of this conference.

[Logo Designed by Julia Sweeney -- 10th Grader at Science Leadership Academy]