Join us for the 2023

Napa Valley Learning Innovation Summit

November 3rd-4th, 2023 • New Technology High School

Empowering Learning & Leadership

AI for the Next Generation​

Please save the date for the inaugural Napa Valley Learning Innovation Summit, presented by the Napa Valley Education Foundation in partnership with the Napa County Office of Education. Engage with prominent educators and visionaries who are dedicated to enhancing student learning in the K12 educational landscape through the transformative power of artificial intelligence. Discover innovative instructional approaches and cutting-edge educational technology solutions that are shaping the future of education.

Featured Film

RACE To Be Human

Directed by Scilla Andreen, RACE to Be Human addresses the apprehension and confusion so many of us feel when it comes to talking about race and racism. The film program examines micro-aggressions, allyship, the role of social media, and more. It also shares how we can promote curiosity, self-reflection, and empathy through conversations at home, school and work. 

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Shawn A. Ginwright

Shawn Ginwright, PhD is one of the nation’s leading innovators, provocateurs, and thought leaders on African American youth, youth activism, and youth development. He is Professor of Education in the Africana Studies Department and a Senior Research Associate at San Francisco State University. His research examines the ways in which youth in urban communities navigate through the constraints of poverty and struggle to create equality and justice in their schools and communities.

Become a Sponsor!

By joining us as a sponsor, you will have the opportunity to engage with our diverse group of attendees, primarily school and district administrators, as well as early adopter teacher leaders. Our attendees are eager to discover the latest technologies that can drive positive outcomes in their schools, classrooms, and beyond!

Call for Presenters

We want YOU to share your craft at the Learning Innovation Summit! We are currently accepting session proposals aligned with our mission: supporting students with digital learning. We are looking for sessions in these key areas:

Building the future of instruction, engagement, and classroom management.

Leveraging tools and practices to ensure that AI supports the needs of all learners, especially those with learning differences.

Harnessing the power of AI to make data drive decisions, act on early intervention indicators, and evaluate learning progress.

Understanding and building frameworks and policies to integrate AI into education while leveraging AI to more efficiently operate schools and enable deeper learning.

Ensuring that all users, especially teachers and students understand the responsibility that comes with using AI and its ethical implications.

Sessions will be 50 minutes long each. If you would like to submit a longer presentation you can submit two-part presentation.

Presentation proposals need to be submitted on or before September 1st at 11:59pm.

Thank You To Our Sponsors