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You will then be able to Add sessions to your schedule and get virtual meeting access information specific to each session. 

⭐️Once you add a session to your Schedule, it virtually "reserves" your spot. If you are unable to attend one of your reserved sessions, please remove it from your Schedule ASAP. In addition, we have limited access to only allow for adding one session per time slot.
⭐️Sessions marked as Full, will NOT BE ABLE TO BE JOINED.
⚠️Due to the virtual, open nature of our event, reserving your virtual seat does not necessarily guarantee your spot in the presenter’s chosen video conference platform. Both the presenters and event facilitators are not responsible for guaranteeing your virtual seat. We have tried to employ strategies to reduce the chance of this from happening. 

#NCLearnsTogether, is a free, live, virtual conference FOR educators BY educators. Connect and learn from North Carolina teachers and more, who are successfully using virtual/distance learning tools and strategies. The schedule for NCLearnsTogether 3.0 is live!

Check out the 140+ sessions including: interactive webinars, virtual playgrounds, workshop, student panels, unconference/round tables,  dedicated leadership topics. With over 2 days of grassroots educator awesomeness, there will be something for everyone.

Organized by Adam Wiseman, Digital Learning and Innovation Coordinator, McDowell County Schools and Stacy Lovdahl, Educator on Loan, NCDPI Digital Teaching and Learning, our goal is to provide teachers with access to the expertise of North Carolina educators and beyond, who are successfully using virtual/distance learning tools and strategies.

With 140+ sessions over 2 days, there is something for everyone. CEU credit approval is subject to local Public School Unit approval). Visit bit.ly/nclearnstogetherpd for additional information.



Co-Sponsors: NCTIES and Trinity3

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Todd Cherner

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Program Director
Chapel Hill, NC
Dr. Todd Cherner is the Director of the Master of Arts in Educational Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship program. Cherner began his career as a 10th grade English language arts and journalism teacher at Leesburg High School in Florida. In addition to his classroom teaching, Cherner sponsored the student newspaper, coached the JV and varsity bowling teams, and co-founded the student lunchtime reading program. Before coming to UNC, Cherner was an assistant professor of English education and literacy at Coastal Carolina University, and then he became an assistant professor of instructional technology and literacy at Portland State University, where he was being promoted to the rank of associate professor before departing for UNC. Throughout his career, Cherner has chaired literacy and technology committees, served professional and governmental organizations, and coordinated multiple graduate-level programs. Cherner’s educational philosophy is rooted in the belief that students should develop the literacy, interpersonal, and critical thinking skills needed for informed citizenry by the time they graduate high school, and he sees edtech as being tools for promoting the development of those skills. To support teachers, Cherner co-founded App Ed Review, a startup venture that features free reviews of apps, websites, and digital tools teachers can use in their classrooms.


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