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Sunday, April 17 • 1:00pm - 3:00pm
What’s Next? Transformative Trends in EdTech FULL

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In a rapidly changing education technology landscape, some school tech initiatives can lead to more questions than answers. Be prepared to tackle new edtech challenges by getting a head-start on the issues that are trending. 

This session will kick off the ATLIS conference with a roundtable platform to highlight and discuss three transformative trends in education technology that are impacting your schools: Student Data Privacy, 1:1 / BYOD, and the Maker Movement. You will have the opportunity to choose a transformative trend, engage in lively roundtable discussion with industry peers, and participate in developing a set of best practices for applying the trend to real-world scenarios. 

Whether your school is just starting to grapple with the trend or whether you already have projects underway, you’ll benefit from the insights and strategies developed in this hands-on working session.

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Keith Gillette

Senior Advisor, MindBridge Partners
Strategy + Systems • People + Process CIO @ Your Service Keith Gillette is an outcome-driven, process-oriented leader passionate about efficiency, effectiveness, education, environment, & economy. (He also possesses an alarming affection for alliteration.) Keith has more... Read More →

Scott Roy

Chief Technology Officer, Carney, Sandoe and Associates
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Esin Sile

CEO, MindBridge Partners
Esin Sile, PhD is a seasoned Economist and Consultant who has worked extensively with institutions and organizations in the education sector, partnering with clients in K-12 and higher education institutions to provide strategy based on data-driven research. Esin has also advised... Read More →

Sunday April 17, 2016 1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT