Presented by Sammie Burman, Director, Learning and Development, BookNook
Educators have more and more data to manage and analyze. Yet, sometimes, the analysis is cut and dry, absent deeper examination that could raise critical questions and lead to innovation.
Presented by Dr. Julie Evans, CEO and Lead Researcher, Project Tomorrow; Lu Settles Young, Ed.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership Studies, and Director of Next Generation Educational Partnerships, University of Kentucky College of Education; and a panel of district leaders and teachers who have participated in the nationwide Speak Up Research Project
Presented by Jason Beyer, Director of Educational Technology, Regis Jesuit High School (CO); Jenny Rothboeck, Principal, East Grand Middle School (CO); Amanda Novak, VP of Innovative Practices, MindSpark Learning; and Kiki Huckaby, Chief Impact Officer, MindSpark Learning
Presented by Dr. Stephan Knobloch, Senior National Director of Academic Planning & Analytics, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Rachel Roberson, Senior Program Manager, Education Content, KQED; Angelica-Mae Valerio, Program Manager, STEM Education Professional Learning, KQED; and Victoria Lowe, School Librarian, New York City Department of Education
While educators and school district administrators have grown used to reviewing assessment results and other forms of student data, they may not yet be looking at newer and increasingly important metrics such as online engagement, trending use of apps, and the return on investments in software.
Presented by Mike Cronley, CEO and Cofounder of Class Composer
Online and far away. That’s what it felt like for teachers and students when COVID propelled them into the digital world. They wondered: Would it be possible for students to learn effectively outside of the classroom? Could instruction be adapted to keep learners engaged from afar? Could schools support student well-being at a distance?
COVID-19 was tough on schools, calling for swift shifts in teaching and learning practices to support virtual learning environments and a host of new pedagogical demands. The changes altered the educational landscape, inspiring educators to embrace new instructional methods and carry them over to their classrooms once they returned to normalcy.