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Education Think Tank hosted by Dell
Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Join your colleagues via a live stream on Saturday, October 22, for a day of listening, collaboration and discussion about possibilities with tech in Education hosted by Dell.
A small group of educators, principals, superintendents, IT administrators and community members all interested in and active in social media will come together in person to discuss possible topics such as the move from print to digital, data driven instruction, access to technology and an engaged community in and out of the classroom, learning and collaborating no matter the time of day or location, the benefits of social media in education and the notion of students having more influence over their own learning.
Topics will be finalized by the attendees in person at the Scholastic offices in New York City. A full list of confirmed attendees coming in-person is listed below and you can also follow them on Twitter here. Please sign up below and tune in on October 22 at 9:30 a.m. EST via live stream here and contribute, follow-along and extend the conversations via Twitter using #DoMoreEDU.
Education Think Tank In-Person Attendees as of 10/16 (sign up below to attend via live stream)
Eric Sheninger, @NMHS_Principal (Moderator)
Tom Whitby, @tomwhitby (Online Correspondent)
Paul Allison, @paulallison
Adam Bellow, @adambellow
Dr. Brian Chinni, @drbpchinni
Erik Endreses, @erikendress
Aaron Eyler, @aaron_eyler
Renny Fong, @timeoutdad
Adam Garry, @agarry22
Michele Glaze, @PMicheleGlaze
Erica Hartman, @elh
Kathy Ishizuka, @kishizuka
Kevin Jarrett, @kjarrett
Michelle Lampinen, @MichLampinen
Susan McPherson, @susanmcp1
Lisa Nielsen, @InnovativeEdu
Mary Rice-Boothe, @Edu_Traveler
Ken Royal, @kenroyal
Sarah Thomas, @teach2connect
Snow White, @snowwhiteatdell
Dell in Education
Dell is committed to helping students develop the knowledge and skills they need to learn and succeed in an increasingly digital world and a globally competitive workforce. As the top provider of technology to schools, Dell listens to and works with students, educators and industry partners around the world to deliver innovative technology and services that give them and their schools the power to do more. Learn more at dell.com/connectedclassroom and at dell.com/domore.