The Innovations for Learning conference, which focuses on innovative instructional strategies that engage students to improve learning, will be held June 11 at Bryan Station High School in Lexington.

The conference, produced by the Office of Instructional Technology at Fayette County Schools, is open to any teacher, technology specialist, administrator or anyone else interested in using technology to improve student training.

Teachers and educators from across Kentucky and around the nation will present at the conference, which will feature five, 45-minute sessions and one, 20-minute session, all of which are first-come, first-served. Topics will include Microsoft Office 365/OneDrive tools, Google Apps for Education, BYOD, iPads, web-based tools, multimedia production, gaming, robotics, flipped instruction, 21st-century learning and STEM. There are also sessions specifically for administrators.

The conference is free, but space is limited. Six hours of professional development or EILA credit is available. Click here for more information or to register.