Past Meetup

Driving adoption with teachers from the beginning: EdTech in Schools of Ed

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178 people went

The Hatchery

500 Seventh Avenue; 17th Floor · New York, NY

How to find us

Take a right off the elevator, and it's the first room on the right.

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Details

Very often, teachers are the key to the successful adoption and proliferation of education technology inside and outside the classroom. So how are Schools of Education -- the training ground for teachers -- helping to prepare the 21st century teacher to recognize and take advantage of the benefits ed tech has to offer? Or better yet:

What is the role education tech plays in teacher preparation programs at schools of ed around the country? How are innovative teacher preparation programs infusing ed tech into the preparation curriculum: by partnering with ed tech firms; fostering edtech entrepreneurship among their own students; residency programs? What is the stance of Schools of Education concerning ed tech adoption and implementation? Come out and hear the answer to these questions from esteemed panelists:

Adrienne Garber (http://bit.ly/MOvv9h), Columbia University, Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (http://bit.ly/MOvJNE) Paul Stengel (http://bit.ly/MOviD7), Columbia University, Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (http://bit.ly/MOvJNE) Dr. Catherine Milne (http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/profiles/faculty/catherine_milne), New York University, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education & Human Development (http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/) are confirmed, and the panel may be further refined over the coming weeks.

Finally, we're extremely grateful to the Hatchery (http://bit.ly/JUdCGR) for hosting this event in their newly renovated space!

The space is home to early companies needing shared space... growing companies needing dedicated space... and an accelerator program for those just getting started. We bring events from corporates and media companies... pitch events to hone your skills.... VC workshops... CEO breakfasts to solve current problems with peers.... and of course happy hours!