Collaboration in the Digital K-12 Classroom is a summit by EdTech4Future. It includes a fantastic lineup of speakers (including me!), a wide range of topics to choose from and keynote presentations by Michael Fricano II, Naomi Harm and Darya Yegorina. The summit will take place online, 21st – 23rd February 2020.
Follow this link to register for the summit. If you can catch it live, it’s completely free. If not, there are other paid options that give you lifetime access. The Early Bird All-Access Pass is still available but only until 1st February. Register now and share your badge on social media to get the word out.
By following that link, you’ll also see the lineup of presenters. I know from Twitter that these teachers are doing amazing things in education. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn from them for free! Topics include design thinking, special educational needs, AR, VR, 3D printing, STEAM, robotics, AI, app development and a whole lot more.Join the @EdTech4Future online summit about collaboration in the digital classroom. It's free! #EdTech4Future #CDCS20 Click To Tweet
In my presentation, Developing Young Digital Leaders with Social Media, I’ll be sharing what it means to be a digital leader and how we can inspire our students to leverage the powerful reach of social media to take action, help others, advocate and make the world a better place. This will include a discussion on the importance of teachers being digital role models and bringing social media into the classroom to enhance learning.
Once again, click here to register for this event. It’s shaping up nicely and is sure to be a great learning experience for all. I hope to see you there!
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