2013 Whole Child Virtual Conference
Moving from Implementation to Sustainability to Culture
May 6–10, 2013
ASCD's Whole Child Virtual Conference is a free, online virtual conference that provides a forum and tools for school sites and districts around the world working toward sustainability and changing school cultures to serve the whole child.
Review session descriptions and view archived presentations.
Additional presenters: Thomas Armstrong, Gavin Grift, Kathleen Budge and William Parrett, Wendy Ostroff, Sean Slade, Yong Zhao, and many more. View the full list of presenters.
Cultivating Cultures of Curiosity in the Context of the Whole Child
Jason Flom, Q.E.D. Foundation, Tallahassee, Fla.
As standby speaker for this year's Whole Child Virtual Conference, Jason Flom will present a session if another presenter becomes unavailable. View his presentation from the 2012 Whole Child Virtual Conference entitled "More Brains, Less Brawn."
Flom is the director of learning platforms at Q.E.D. Foundation where he works with education leaders, educators, and students to build, inspire, cultivate, and sustain transformational learning practices that empower all learners. During his 11 years as an elementary teacher, he specialized in service learning projects that amplified student voice to affect positive change.
Reactions from Last Year's Attendees
- "Conference had high-quality, high-profile presenters."
- "This was a great, practical way to learn about the whole child philosophy."
- "I enjoyed seeing and hearing what other administrators and schools are doing in other parts of the world."
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Check out videos from previous conferences.