Saint Leo University presenting Education 3.0 Conference in Ocala

Posted on: January 12, 2016

This highly interactive session will “Do, Show, Tell, Review, and Ask.” Participants will engage in pattern recognition, craft problems prior to solving them, collaborate in real-time to promote social learning, and employ immediately usable techniques for the classroom.

The conference is free to all Saint Leo University education students, faculty, adjuncts, cooperating teachers, and school administrators. Elementary and middle school education majors receive professional development credit for graduation.

Borden’s presentation will focus on ways to create multi-nodal and multi-modal connections based on effective practices from education practitioners around the globe, which can be categorized as Education 3.0.

The conference will look at web assets and learning experiences that promote: social learning, transformative learning, game-based learning, and learning based on cognitive science. Multiple resources such as learning games, web tools, apps, and illustrations will be explored. Participants will be able to take this back to their classrooms and immediately use the information.

Saint Leo University’s Education Department recently was cited in U.S. News and World Report for being one of a handful of universities in the United State, which is preparing future teachers to use technology. The university’s technology-enhanced instructional practices were recognized in the National Education Technology Plan, a report published every five years by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Technology.

Admission to the conference is free, but “ticket purchase” is required. Go online to: to register by January 18.

The seminar will be at the Harvey R. Klein Conference Center at the College of Central Florida, 3001 S.W. College Road, Ocala, FL 34474. For information, email Dr. Joanne Roberts at
About Saint Leo University
Saint Leo University is a regionally accredited, liberal-arts-based institution known for an inclusive Catholic heritage, enduring values, and a capacity for innovation. The school was chartered in 1889 by Catholic Benedictine monks in rural Pasco County, FL, making Saint Leo the first Catholic college in the state. Saint Leo provides access to education to people of all faiths, emphasizing the Benedictine philosophy of balanced growth of mind, body, and spirit. 

The university welcomes learners from all generations and backgrounds, from civilian occupations and the armed forces, and from across the country and more than 60 nations around the world. Saint Leo’s nearly 16,000 undergraduate and graduate students may elect to study at the beautiful University Campus in Florida, at more than 40 teaching locations in seven states, or online from any location. The university’s degree programs range from the associate to the doctorate. Through these rich offerings, Saint Leo develops principled leaders for a challenging world.

Saint Leo University boasts nearly 80,000 alumni in all 50 states, Washington, DC, five U.S. territories, and 72 countries.

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