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Registration Now Open!

Click here (updated 5/12) to see our current list of approved presenters and their sessions.

The Food Trucks are Coming!

IFL has recruited some vendors eager to sell you a delicious lunch on-site. See below for more.

Important Dates:

  • May 1, 2015 – Conference registration opens
  • June 1, 2015 (or until filled) – Conference registration closes
  • June 11, 2015 – IFL Conference, Bryan Station High School, Lexington, KY

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Welcome to the IFL Conference site!

The Innovations for Learning (IFL) Conference is a one day conference produced by the Office of Instructional Technology at Fayette County Schools. The conference focus is on innovative instructional strategies that engage students to improve learning.

IFL is open to all teachers, technology specialists (TRTs, TISs), administrators, and anyone else interested in how to use technology to improve student learning. This year’s conference will be held on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at Bryan Station High School, 201 Eastin Rd, Lexington, KY 40505, and is once again free for all participants.

We are also happy to announce that we are continuing our partnership for this year’s conference with the Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative (CKEC) and the University of Kentucky College of Education. Together we look forward to providing a great event!

Register NowRegistration Now Open!

Registration is now open for 2015 IFL Conference.  Don’t wait to register, as spots will fill quickly. Click here (updated 5/12) to see our current list of approved presenters and their sessions. Like what you see? Click "Not Registered" above to register.

Things to Note!

  • Schedule Update – This year’s schedule for the day is linked at the left.  Just click on Conf Schedule.  There are 6 sessions, plus a keynote.  Most sessions will be 45 minutes this year instead of an hour.  There will be one 20 minute session slot.
  • Keynote Speaker – – This year’s keynote speaker will be Carmen Coleman, former Danville Superintendent who is now an associate clinical professor in Educational Leadership at the University of Kentucky. In this role, she works with the Next Generation Leadership Academy and the National Center for Innovation in Education. The topic of the keynote will be “School Re-Imagined.”

The Food Trucks are Coming!

IFL has recruited the following food trucks to service the conference site for lunch:

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