The Learning Together Conference (LTC) is an annual event organized by SFU graduate students and faculty. LTC showcases scholarship in a variety of educational topics, promotes graduate student research in Education and offers opportunities for presentations, workshops, and networking with peers. The topics of conference sessions can be as diverse as the communities that comprise our Faculty of Education.
2020 Conference Theme:
A New Decade of Imagining in Education
For this year’s LTC conference theme, we strove to create an inclusive theme that examines the next ten years of envisioning possibilities in Education. We, as the next generation of educators, desire to create our own future by imagining the different voices, ways of knowing and styles of teaching. Standing at the beginning of this decade, we hope to look ahead across the 2020s, as we mold and shape the coming years in our disciplines, and stand together as we creatively navigate these unusual times. Part of our vision for this conference included fostering scholarly collaboration between the SFU and other Universities, and the inclusion of keynote speakers from both SFU and UBC is a reflection of that vision. As both Learners and Educators, we look forward to sharing with you at the 2020 LTC Conference.
**Due to COVID-19, this year's conference will take place remotely online on Saturdays June 27, July 25 and August 29, 2020.**
- Saturday, June 27, 1:00 - 5:00 PM PDT - REGISTER HERE
- Saturday, July 25, 1:00 - 5:00 PM PDT - REGISTER HERE
- Saturday, August 29, 1:00 - 5:00 PM PDT - REGISTER HERE
The event is free of charge.
We encourage diverse presentation formats: oral presentations, posters, video and multimedia, performance, body movement, etc., Propose your idea!!
Pre-recorded presentations are permitted, as long as the presenter(s) join the session to answer questions, and the video/material is prepared exclusively for this conference.
What to Present? Research Papers, Case Studies, Reports on Related Issues, Work-In-Progress…
Submission Deadline (extended for August session): July 24, 2020
Due the quantity of the abstracts received this year, the committee created a criteria to evaluate them. Please see attachment below.