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Tuesday, June 18 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Session 201: The Classroom of the Future: The Next Generation of Digital Education

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Major educational publishers have been aggressively ramping up efforts to develop products that will further help teachers customize lessons, while also capturing and analyzing data on student performance. The new products will be interactive and involve gaming and “immersive” experiences. This panel will feature representatives from these companies, who will explain their visions of the next generation of learning technologies and how they will impact the educational process.

 


Moderators
avatar for Tracy Gray, Ph.D.

Tracy Gray, Ph.D.

Managing Director, Education, American Institute for Research
Tracy Gray, Ph.D., Managing Director at the American Institutes for Research directs the Center for STEM Education and Innovation.  In this capacity, she has directed three national  technology centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) — the National Center for Technology Innovation (www.NationalTechCenter.org), the Center for Implementing Technology in Education... Read More →

Speakers
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Paul Corey

President, Science, Business, and Technology, Pearson Education
Paul F. Corey is the President of Pearson Education's Science, Business & Technology Division, a post he has held since 2000. In his role as President, Paul is responsible for leading a team whose charge is to partner with educational leaders in advancing access, achievement and affordability in STEM and related fields in postsecondary education.  
avatar for Laurence Holt

Laurence Holt

Chief Product Officer, Amplify
Laurence Holt oversees product development at Amplify. He is responsible for managing the lifecycle of the company’s products including their design, engineering, and production. While at Wireless Generation, he served as Chief Product Officer and Executive Vice President and successfully oversaw multiple complex projects, including: consulting services; project management, discovery, design and development of New York City’s ARIS... Read More →
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Emma Nothmann

Senior Director of Special Projects, Edmodo
Emma Nothmann is the Senior Director of Strategic Projects at Edmodo, an organization committed to ensuring that all learners reach their full potential. In this role, she leads research and development, as well as partnership development for new business lines and products, including the Edmodo store as a distribution channel for digital personalized learning experiences direct to the classroom. Prior to joining Edmodo, Emma built and led... Read More →
avatar for Carol Wetzel, Ed.D.

Carol Wetzel, Ed.D.

Senior Director National Partnerships, Discovery Education
A product of her family’s passion for public education, Carol Wetzel has served public schools as a teacher, data coach, and master professional developer.  As Senior Director of Urban Partnerships with Discovery Education, Carol consults with large urban school district leaders across the nation to develop and implement scalable professional learning solutions that promote internal sustainability. Wetzel is passionate about... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 9:45am - 10:45am
Ballroom B