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We are happy to invite you to the edTech event “Education for Generation Distracted: micro-learning”! Join us for an evening of food and drinks, hospitality, and networking. Learn about the Coursmos - world's first micro-learning platform. Unique opportunity to create your own micro-course on the spot: micro-learning video booth! The worry among teachers and parents is that we’re raising a generation of kids in front of screens whose brains are going to be wired differently. We believe that it's already a reality and we need to address this challenge and adapt to this generation’s unique way of learning. This event is a chance to start conversations between micro-learning professionals, instructors, researches and students.
1) What is micro-learning? 2) How can micro-learning be integrated into e-learning and traditional learning methods? 3) What areas will it be best suited for?
Our speakers: - Peter F Young, Director at Silicon Valley Center For Global Studies - Pamela Levine, Stanford Graduate School of Education, Education Technology Specialist - Bill Wiles, Principal, The Securieon Group; President & CEO, Scent Sciences Corporation - Dan Zhou, Founder ReadyEdgeGo - Speaker from Microsoft (TBC)
If you are interested in meeting, partnering with world-class edExperts we'd love to see you there. Who: educators, edTech entrepreneurs, partners, startups,researches, bloggers and other interested parties. When: Thursday, March 6, 2014, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Where: nestGSV, 425 Broadway St., Redwood City, California 94063
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