Have you heard? Classroom teachers, technology coordinators, administrators, special educators, and others interested in reaching today's students are gathering in Phoenix, Arizona April 11-13 for Mobile Learning Experience 2012.
This is the second year for Mobile Learning Experience. I'm on the planning team and I have to say that Mobile Learning Experience 2011 was one of my favorite conferences ever. And now Mobile2012 is shaping up to be even better!
Mobile Learning Experience 2012 has already received registrations from all over the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. It's very powerful to network with those in attendance. In fact, even if there was no program the conference would still be incredible because of the passion those in attendance bring.
However, Mobile2012 does indeed have a program. A very strong one. There are over 60 breakouts sessions scheduled over the three days lead by impressive speakers. Daily keynoters include Jaime Kasap of Google, Eric Marcos of Mathtrain.tv, and Graham Brown-Martin of Learning Without Frontiers.
You might be interested in looking over the daily agendas or browsing the session descriptions in PDF or in iBooks for iPad. You can download those documents on the Schedule + Materials page of mobile2012.org. Do check back often because those documents will have updates.
Here's a word cloud made from the titles and descriptions from the keynote and breakout sessions:
Siri has a little something to say about Mobile Learning Experience 2012.
And I had a little something to say about the conference on Mobile Reach #20 and MacReach#31 podcasts. Others are talking about Mobile Learning Experience 2012 on Twitter using the hastag #mobile2012. Furthermore, Felix Jacomino has made a public Twitter list for speakers at the Mobile2012.
To keep an intimate atmosphere, Mobile Learning Experience 2012 will have no more than 300 participants. Registration ends March 19th or when all 300 slots are filled, so get your registration in soon!