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What is Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation?

Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation, is a conference/meetup for teachers, administrators, students, school board members, parents and anyone who is interested in education. CoLearning at Arapahoe 2008 can be found here and CoLearning at Heritage 2009 (Spring) can be found here. We assume most folks will be from Colorado for these conversations, but everyone is welcome to attend. There are many different ways that you can take part.

Education is conversation. Conversation creates change.

The future of education does not exist in the isolated world of theory and abstract conference sessions. Instead, it exists in conversations. It exists in creating a robust learning network that is ever-expanding and just-in-time. Learning 2.0 is not the beginning of this conversation. It is merely a stopping point, a time to talk about the visible difference that we all seek. We read. We reflect. We write. We share. We learn. Come join us for a day of conversation about learning and technology.

2009 Evaluation and Save the Date for 2010!

Subscribe to the Learning 2.0 portal blog and podcast!

Follow the conversation via Twitter, using the tag #colearning(this widget will automatically update with new tweets as well):
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Conference Update - Sent to Registrants on February 18th, 2009

Conference Details (for all versions of CoLearning):

Friends of Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation

We hope part of our get together will help you to meet and connect with folks who share our common mission. Please sign up as a Friend of Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation so that you can begin to make connections ahead of our event.


Free, baby. And lunch is included, thanks to the generous support of Littleton Public Schools and St. Vrain Valley Public Schools.


BYOL (that would be Bring Your Own Laptop) - we'll have wireless access to the Internet (filtered) - we may test our capacity to handle density of machines, but hopefully things will go swimmingly. If not, we have wired machines in various places you can access.

Invite Others

We strongly encourage you to invite other folks from your school, district, neighborhood, or learning network to attend as well. It would be great if everyone could bring at least one person with them that is perhaps new to this conversation. Bring a trusted student or two, too.

Questions for Students

We're having a student panel discussion during lunch. Here's your chance to submit some questions for them to consider.

Tag this Event Everywhere:

If you use the tag "colearning" (without the quotations, of course) at delicious, youtube, scribd, flickr, or on your blog it will automatically be aggregated on our blog so that we can have a community around all of the creations that are a result or a byproduct of the CoLearning 2009 conversation.

If you are going to use twitter, simply put a hash mark in front of the tag: #colearning

Track the conversation, and keep it going!

Here is the portal that aggregates all of the blog posts, videos, links, documents, and pictures. It will also allow us to keep the conversation going by collecting all of the bloggers who attend Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation. If you are interested in adding your blog to our portal, add your information here.


Feel free to add your questions to the FAQ page.

Original post that spurred this darn thing.