Educators, schools and school systems have been integrating technology into teaching and learning practices for over 30 years with varying degrees of intensity and impact. Over the last year almost every educator and school system across the globe has had to rapidly adopt a high a degree of technology to attempt continuity of curriculum, and we are starting to see its’ impact. This session will bring all the insight and expertise of the participants together to unpack the conditions needed to ensure our recent mass adoption of technology leads to improved learning outcomes. This is a minds-on, active session so come prepared to participate and connect with the thoughts and opinions of other participants as you co-construct a shared understanding of what it will take for our use of technology to have greater impact on our learners.
During this session we will cover:
The four EdTech Capabilities needed to have impact at scale
Modes of interaction of learners, educators and technology
Three fundamentals of learning to guide technology use: Perception, Attention, Memory
Multiple opportunities for you to share and receive ideas from fellow participants