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RSCON3 Announcement

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REFORM SYMPOSIUM CONFERENCE 3

Free Online Global Conference for Educators

JULY 29-31*, 2011

 

Dear Education Leader,

It gives us great pleasure to invite you and your staff to the Reform Symposium Conference 3, a three-day global online event, focusing on best practices in 21st-century education. This amazing event, featuring world class keynote speakers and other educators who often present in major conferences worldwide, takes place July 29 through July 31*, 2011. You and all of your staff members can attend this online conference from the comfort of your home or anywhere you have Internet access, and it’s FREE!

This remarkable conference gives you the opportunity to connect with educators and professionals in the field of education worldwide. Over 4,000 educators from many countries attended our conference last year, and more than 8,000 are expected to attend RSCON3. This year’s focus is on presentations that will discuss best practices in education, integrating technology, the impact of social media and much more.

We look forward to 12 Keynote speakers, over 60 thirty-minute presentations, three panel discussions and a one-hour technology “Smack Down, an exciting session where participants show off their favorite technology tool in rapid-fire 2-minute sessions.” We promise you have never attended a conference quite like this!

Would you please forward the attached program and perhaps this email to your staff. They will also be able to view the flyer online here, Reformsymposium.com/rscon3-flyer. We would love to see them there!

Join us for one session or as many as you like! We look forward to seeing you on Friday July 29th, Saturday July 30th and/or Sunday July 31st*!

Sincerely,

Your Organizers,

Shelly Terrell, Kelly Tenkely, Clive Elsmore, Chris Rogers, Melissa Tran, Lisa Dabbs, Ian Chia, Cecilia Lemos, Kyle Pace, Mark Barnes and Jerry Blumengarten

* Conference starts 2011-07-29 14:00Z (UTC+0), and finishes 2011-07-31 23:30Z (UTC+0)

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