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For Deep Dives offered on Thursday 3/29, please select 1 experience from the list of Deep Dives (red icon type) and add it to your schedule. This is an immersive and interactive experience that culminates in an exhibition.

For all other conference events, including Workshops offered in Round 1, Round 2, and Round 3, please select your preferred sessions and add them to your schedule. Workshops will run on a first come, first-served basis. If the room is full, please select another session to attend.
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Meg Riordan

EL Education
Director of External Research
mriordan@eleducation.org
Meg Riordan, Ph.D., is the Director or External Research at EL Education, a K-12 non-profit organization partnered with more than 150 schools, serving 4,000 teachers and 53,000 students in 31 states. She was in the inaugural Deeper Learning Equity Fellows cohort. Prior to her current role, Meg served as the Regional Director for NYC Outward Bound Schools, supporting a network of 11 EL middle and high schools. She supported school leaders with strategic planning, facilitated professional learning, and provided instructional leadership to EL coaches. Meg continues to research and write, co-authoring Going to Scale with New School Designs: Reinventing High School (Teachers College Press, 2009) as well as numerous journal articles in the Journal of Experiential Education, Teacher Education Quarterly, and Current Issues in Education, among others; and blog posts (The Huffington Post, Ed Week, Quiet Revolution, and Edutopia).  Meg’s research centers on teacher professional learning, deeper learning and equity, scaling up educational models, and experiential education. Meg taught middle and high school English in Milwaukee and Chicago and English as a Second Language at DePaul University and as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakhstan. Meg lives with her husband and dogs on a farm in western Massachusetts and in her free time runs ultra-marathons and takes aerial classes at the New England Center for Circus Arts.