Presentations

Invention Education: Empowering Students as Local Change-makers

Project Invent builds high school programs where students design technologies to help real people. In our programs, students have designed everything from a smart wallet to help the blind detect bill denominations to a steering wheel attachment to prevent drowsy driving.

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Bridging Gaps in Literacy Skills

We expect older students to be reading to learn rather than learning to read.

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Innovative and Digital Learning in Primary School

This presentation focuses on the work we have done in the Keystone Academy Primary School as we intentionally redesign our curriculum to include digital learning and innovative teaching practices and implement these changes in the classroom.

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Present and Future of Blended Learning

Hear from a panel of EdTech startups, and educators who will explore some key questions around the current and future of course of blended learning.

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Activating Teacher Learning - Creating a CPD Learning model to ‘improve’ teacher performance, not just ‘prove’ it

Activating Teacher Learning – A CPD Learning model to ‘improve’ teacher performance, not just ‘prove’ it

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Teach and Still Have Time to Pee

The most important mindset you need to quickly get your weekends back. The specific way to rest that can save you time.

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Microsoft Power Platform: Automation, Data Visualization, and Custom Apps

This session focuses on examples of using Microsoft's Power Platform to develop custom tools with Power Apps

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Virtual Queue: Hybrid Classroom Management Simplified

What if one simple Google Form could solve some of the headaches associated with hybrid learning?

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Creating a Game from Scratch

This fireside chat-style conversation intends to dig into Richards's experience in supporting teachers to teach coding in an elementary setting and how Edpuzzle and Scratch were the right tools for the job. 

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A Group-Theoretical Approach to Number Sense

This presentation proposes a re-framing of the way educators see and teach numeracy in primary, middle and high school mathematics courses.

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