Tune in October 9, 2023
at 11am ET / 10am CT
Watch 2023 Sessions On Demand
LearnOn: a Virtual Conference on Whole-Child Education is all about teachers owning their magic. We know that every day teachers are creating learning experiences and memories for students across the globe.
At LearnOn, we bring together educators, experts, and organizations near and far to expand our ideas of what it means to educate the whole child.
EVERFI's network is filled with educators who are passionate about preparing students for the real world.
If you're looking to spark your creativity and create more magical classroom moments, this is the virtual event for you.
- Explore the latest research and products related to real world learning
- Learn from more than 40 experts in the education field
- Collaborate with other educators near and far
- Outfit your fall teaching toolkit with resources that can be used online or offline
Check back in the coming weeks for new and exciting details!
Join us as we welcome our opening keynote speakers, Dr. Richard White and Dr. Kevin Sanders. This dynamic duo will share how failure keeps us learning and growing as educators and students alike.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much will the conference cost?
LearnOn is completely free! In addition, EVERFI provides digital resources that you can use all year long, also at no cost. These resources can help support student learning in the classroom or while learning remotely.
How can I access the content for this conference?
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with your link to join. Be sure to add the conference to your calendar! This conference will be hosted on Hopin. Can't make it on October 9th? Be sure to register anyway, and you'll get on-demand access to all the resources after the conference.
What certification will I receive?
Within 24 hours of the conference ending, you will receive a certificate with your name and the number of hours of professional learning completed. Check with your local agency to determine if the hours will be accepted for continuing education credits.