Breaking the Silos in Education September 18-20, 2014

A gathering of innovative educators who are interested in pushing the boundaries of learning.

Register Now


First Feature Image

Lisa Kay Solomon, author of Moments of Impact: How to Design Strategic Conversations that Accelerate Change will kick off the summit by speaking about innovation and accelerating change in education.


First Feature Image

Warren Berger, author of A More Beautiful Question will kick off the summit by speaking about creating conditions of discovery & inquiry in the classroom.


First Feature Image

EdSummit LASD will provide unique networking opportunities for attendees prior to, during and after the event. Follow @EdSummitLASD and use the twitter #edsummit to connect with other attendees.

We do things a little differently here at EdSummit

An interactive, creative conference that calls upon presenters and participants to take an active role in leading and learning. EdSummit LASD builds on the work LASD has been doing for the last four years to “revolutionize learning for all students.” This unique learning opportunity is designed with the LASD Learning Principles in mind. These learning principles help us to paint a picture of what it looks like to revolutionize learning and will serve as guideposts for teachers when designing learning experiences that meet the needs of all students. Sessions at EdSummit will be organized by both the learning strands and the LASD Learning Principles.

Ready to play? Technology sessions will focus on learning new tools and strategies for application both in and out of the classroom.

Do you see yourself as a leader? Leadership happens in many roles. Learn how to build upon your personal leadership skills.

Do you wonder what students aren’t saying? Explore and learn to create visible thinking models to see how students are thinking.

Looking to improve your curriculum design skills? Gather ideas and tools for creating new and engaging learning experiences for your students.

If you build it, will they come? Consider infusing your curriculum with more STEM and hands-on learning opportunities.

Do you need to boost your creative confidence? Learn more about establishing a creative and collaborative classroom culture.