NSPE Senior Manager of Government Relations Sarah Ogden participated in a Brookings Institution webcast on "Education Technology: Revolutionizing Personalized Learning and Student Assessment," where a panel of government, academic, and private-sector representatives discussed how education technology can enhance K–12 student performance and engagement. Speakers included Secretary of Education Chief of Staff Joanne Weiss, University of Washington professor and Director of the Center for Game Science Zoran Popovic, ePals.com cofounder and Chief Learning Officer Nina Zolt, and K12 Executive Vice President of School Services Chip Hughes. The Brookings Institution recently released a paper analyzing case studies of K–12 programs that use education technology to personalize student learning and assessment, which can be read here.
NSPE Participates in Virtual Forum on Education Technology
Thursday, October 6, 2011