In his talk, Timmy discusses the need for public education reform, the changing role of today's educator, and the benefits of creating personalized learning experiences for students. He shares his passion for languages, culture, and communication and he advocates for integrating technology across the curriculum.
âEvery Day is a First Impressionâ is the motto that Burlington High School Junior Timmy Sullivan has followed in the recent portion of his academic, professional, and personal career. Timmy is immensely passionate about education, and firmly believes quality education should be free to all students. He is constantly promoting effective use of technology to impact the online public education campaign, and to provide personalized learning for students worldwide. He stands to support and promote free scholastic resources as well as improve the quality of education in todayâs academic system. He is eagerly pursuing studies in language and culture, marketing and communications, as well as technology integration. Of his many academic leadership positions, Timmy was awarded the title of Student Genius in Burlingtonâs Student Tech Team due to his outstanding contributions and leadership demonstration.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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