Innovative Education During the Pandemic
December 17, 2020
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST
In this program, we will discuss the rapid changes in the EdTech space during the pandemic and the tools that are emerging to support personalized and impactful teaching, learning, research, and advancement in K12.
2:00 pm – Introductory Remarks
2:05 pm – Panel Discussion
2:50 pm – Audience Q&A (via chat)
This is a virtual event
Webinar link will be sent in the confirmation email
Executive Director, Connecticut State Commission for Educational Technology
Doug Casey serves as the Executive Director for the Connecticut State Commission for Educational Technology. In that role, he designs and manages strategic plans that help ensure the successful integration of technology in Connecticut’s schools, libraries, universities, and towns. The Commission has direct oversight of statewide programs including the Connecticut Education Network (CEN, the state’s research, and education network), its digital library (researchIT, formerly iCONN), and other initiatives. He also serves on numerous national leadership boards, including the State Educational Technology Directors Association and the Schools, Healthcare, and Libraries Coalition.
Prior to joining the CET, Doug served for nearly 10 years as the Director of Technology for the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) in Hartford. There he oversaw and implemented significant improvements in business processes, digital security, and information management for the agency’s 25 schools, 36 districts in the Hartford area, and schools statewide.
VP of Platforms, IntelliBoard
Becky Keith is an educational technology leader with experience as an educator, product officer, and executive at multiple EdTech startups. She is currently the VP of Platforms at IntelliBoard, where she leads a team responsible for collaborating across the organization and communicating with clients to deliver value in the IntelliBoard platform. Becky’s love for online learning and connecting with educators led her to her current position: one where she listens to educator needs and drives IntelliBoard to meet those needs across the globe. She’s passionate about improving teaching and learning through data visualizations that tell stories we all need to hear.
John Schnyder has worked with startups in technical and operations positions. He has worked for companies across a number of industries including software, computer hardware, healthcare, education, and non-profits. John uses this experience to advise small companies on their strategy and operations.
John has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. He received an MBA in Finance and Management from NYU’s Stern School of Business.
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