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AGENDA
 

We talk a lot about equity and access, but if students don’t have consistent connections, they will not have consistent access. Relying on parents’ hotspots and other external wifi connections often means students do not have the consistent access they require for online and hybrid learning. This is especially evident for rural, BIPOC, and students residing in high poverty areas who are disproportionately affected by persistent periods of limited or variable connectivity to the internet. 

In this Tech & Learning virtual roundtable, Dr. Kecia Ray talks with leaders about the challenges when no consistent internet connection is present to support successful virtual and online learning, including device storage and the functionality of applications. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, the key research presented in this webinar will help school districts learn about which tools and strategies can improve the process and practice of teaching and learning.
 

SPEAKERS

Jon Bergmann
Jon Bergmann
Houston Christian High School
Teacher/Author/Active Learning Advocate
Steven Burt
Steven Burt
Clarity Innovations
Director of Strategy
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Julie A. Evans, Ed.D.
Project Tomorrow
CEO
Lillian Kim Franklin
Lillian Kim Franklin
Casa Blanca Community School
Principal
John Kraman
John Kraman
Mississippi Department of Education
Chief Information Officer
Joy McCourt
Joy McCourt
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute (Toronto District School Board)
Teacher, Secondary
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Barbara Means
Digital Promise
Exec Director, Learning Sciences Research
Dr. Kecia Ray
Dr. Kecia Ray
K20 Connect
Tech & Learning Brand Ambassador
Curtiss Sarikey
Curtiss Sarikey
Oakland Unified School District
Chief of Staff
Hassan Wilson
Hassan Wilson
Friends Seminary
School Administrator, Educator
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