Digital revolution brings us back to basics in this thoughtful post... A lot has been said about the digital transformation and in fact, newspapers, magazines and blogs are writing about this revolution every single day. I don’t think it is revolutionary in at least one sense. I think it is helping us connect with customers in a deeper way and re-discover our marketing basics. I think a lot of people are making this more complicated than it has to be (maybe to get you to pay them for their help!) but I am a blogger who likes to put things in a simple way. Let’s look at the basic truths we have re-discovered with our digital marketing...
What are the skills of the future? In this panel, the Economist Intelligence Unit “will share findings from their ‘Skills of the Future’ report where they surveyed business leaders, teachers and students to examine how skills taught in education systems around the world are changing and evolving”.
Inspiring learners with the power of storytelling This is a keynote by actor, director and author Levar Burton in which he will “discuss the influence of storytelling on his personal life and explain how storytelling engages those around us and impacts learning”.
Making change happens In this keynote, Lisa bell, founder and CEO of FutureThink, will “provide three practical, actionable suggestions you can try at school or any work place” to start an innovation revolution.
Transforming learning with technology In this panel, several high-tech district leaders will get to share with you their approaches to improving teaching and learning using technology.
Qualifications: Proven success in an online teaching and learning environment Earned doctorate preferred, in education or related field (Ed.D. or Ph.D.) Professional on-ground experience as an educator, preferably at the middle and / or high school level. Knowledge base and experience preferred in one or more of the following areas: assessment, child development, differentiation of instruction and assessment, instructional methodologies, classroom management, collaborative teaching, inclusive classrooms, educational technology, and teaching reading across content areas Experience with CAEP/NCATE accreditation preferred. Ability and willingness to meet standards-based, data-driven accreditation / accountability requirements related to pedagogical standards.
Twitter has overtaken Facebook as the social media network that is most important to teens, according to Piper Jaffray's semi-annual teen market research report. Twitter is the new king of teens, with 26% naming it as their ...
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