We are going virtual for the FDLA/FAMTE Conference 2020!

Distance Learning: Raising the Bar for K-20

Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the FDLA/FAMTE 2020 conference will be transitioning to a virtual format! We are very excited to provide such a detailed list of crucial topics such as:

  • Engage students in virtual settings
  • Monitoring Online Learning
  • Blended Learning
  • Struggling Learners
Attendees will:
  • gain the tools to re-enter work setting
  • receive professional development in-service credits through his/her school district
  • opportunity to publish your work (for presenters only)
  • opportunity to share experiences
  • opportunity to network
  • opportunity for mentorship

Call for Proposals (Proposal deadline August 1, 2020) Submit a Proposal

The Florida Distance Learning Association’s (FDLA) 2020 Annual Conference is the premier event for professionals in the distance learning industry in Florida. This year’s conference plans to deliver another exciting and informative program that will bring together distance education practitioners throughout the state of Florida. The format of the conference provides opportunities for attendees to learn about relevant topics from different perspectives. The sessions will be targeting the K-12 audience, student support services, higher education, and virtually all distance learning stakeholders. The moderate size makes it possible for attendees to participate actively. This conference is an opportunity to share ideas, learn about distance learning programs and products, and to strengthen your understanding of the field — network with other distance learning colleagues and exchange innovative ideas. FDLA 2020 will offer you and your staff keynote speakers, panel discussions, poster sessions, and breakout sessions on current topics and research in online learning, and vendors will be exhibiting an array of distance learning technologies and services. This conference is for K-12 and higher education administrators and teachers from both public and private online schools/programs. Be a part of our energetic and growing community of practice!

The Florida Distance Learning Association Journal (FDLA), in partnership with the Distance Learning journal, is offering those presenting at the Florida Distance Learning Association conference the opportunity to have a paper about their presentation topic published in a special section of the US Distance Learning Association professional journal, Distance Learning. After reviewed and upon acceptance, your article will be published in both the FDLA journal and the Distance Learning Journal. Click here for more information.

Browse the contents of FDLA 2020 Distance Learning: Raising the Bar for K-20:

Friday, October 2
Thursday, October 1
Wednesday, September 30