9:00am - 3:30pm
The University of Virginia’s Jefferson Education Exchange (JEX) is hosting regional summits with educators, institutional leaders, and other edtech decision-makers, to discuss and debate key variables that contribute to the effectiveness of edtech procurement and implementation. We want to understand what works for whom, within what contexts, and why.
This invitation-only summit, co-hosted by Duke Learning Innovation and Wake County Public Schools, is a follow-on to the EdTech Efficacy Research Academic Symposium with the following goals in mind: (1) to share key insights and learning from the Symposium to a larger audience; and (2) to workshop new ideas related to how we can better understand education technology implementations. Specifically, we are convening innovative educators, educational leaders, and edtech decision makers from K-12 and higher education to identify critical implementation factors that influence the effectiveness of edtech tools.
The summits are designed to foster collaborative discussion and action to shape a new generation of edtech implementation. We want to draw upon the collective expertise of the participants to consider how we can improve edtech procurement and implementation while building a culture of applied research and informed practice.
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