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The keynote speaker for Day 2 of the inaugural Academic Esports Conference & Expo at the Hilton Chicago in October will be Adam Garry, Senior Director of Education Strategy at Dell Technologies.
Garry will talk about the growing need for school districts and colleges to better cooperate in preparing students for the future, as well as the growth of esports in education, in his presentation “Breaking Down Silos: Linking K-12 and Higher Education Through Esports.” “The two are still very siloed in terms of how they view esports’ position in academia,” he says, despite the fact that both have accepted this growing sector.
Chris Burt, Program Chair for the Academic Esports Conference, said, “Adam’s presentation theme is something that is being spoken about most in K-12 districts and higher education institutions around the country.” “How can K-12 and higher education better communicate, exchange ideas, and break down barriers to promote opportunities for students as esports continues to grow? Adam’s findings and insights into how school districts and colleges can overcome these differences and seize the ability to improve student success would be insightful to hear.”
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Dr. Laura Zieger, Chairperson and Professor EdTech at NJCU, is the subject of a MindShare Learning Moment Podcast. Writer and consultant.
Shares his passion for fostering student success as well as his experience as a startup founder.
12:47A MindShare Learning Moment With Dr. Mario Chiasson, Anglophone East School District Coordinator
Dr. Mario Chiasson, K-12 Technology Subject Coordinator/District ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Coordinator for Anglophone East School District, Moncton, NB, CA, and his recent conference are featured in this MindShare Learning Moment.
15:53A MindShare Learning Moment with Laura Elliott, TVDSB Director and C21 CEO Academy Member, on July 10, 2019.
Laura Elliott, TVDSB Director and C21 CEO Academy Member, hosts a MindShare Learning Moment.
Robert Martellacci, president of C21 Canada, presented him with the Changing Minds Award for Leadership and Creativity. Reflects on her 39-year teaching experience. 14:07June 21, 2019An EXCLUSIVE MindShare Learning Moment with the Winners of the First Prize Blair Fitzsimons and Dana MacDonald from Dr. Mary-St. Cecilia Catholic Elementary School in Morrisburg take part in an exclusive MindShare Learning Moment.
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20-21-20-19-18-17 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Cataloging-in-Publication at the Library of Congress DataNames: Adam Garry, author. | Amos Fodchuk, author. | Lauren Hobbs, author. Adam Garry, Amos Fodchuk, and Lauren Hobbs / Personalizing learning by voice and choice. Solution Tree Press, Bloomington, Indiana, . | Contains bibliographical references. | Series: Solutions LCCN 2017023978 | ISBN 9781935542179 Identifiers: LCCN 2017023978 | ISBN 9781935542179 Identifiers: LCCN 2017023978 (perfect bound) Subjects: LCSH: Individualized teaching. | Lesson preparation by students. DDC 371.39/4–dc23 LC | LCC LB1031.G378 2018 | DDC 371.39/4–dc23 LC https://lccn.loc.gov/2017023978 is the location of the record.
It’s all too easy to jump in and choose technology based on what seems appropriate at the time, but the infrastructure and other innovations that schools invest in will have a huge long-term impact. To begin, schools should develop a plan that answers the following questions: What do we want teaching and learning to look like? What resources are available? What is the best way to model this? This entails a mix of computers, infrastructure, and professional development.
We’re assisting higher education and K–12 in unifying their technical infrastructure to enable everyday teaching, whether it’s in the classroom or remotely. Servers, data storage, network bandwidth, data management tools, and data protection are all included. We’re also assisting with infrastructure transitions to ensure that IT teams are up to date on new equipment and can adapt to any backend or user problems that occur.
We’ve seen a significant rise in the number of devices that have come online outside of the school or university network since the pandemic. This presents two challenges for these institutions: ensuring that the devices are safe and stable when they return to the network, as well as ensuring that the network is able to handle the increased device load. The threat to educational institutions is clear, according to the FBI, which has issued warnings about the rise in ransomware attacks. With an increase in endpoint users and network access points, as well as overworked IT teams, schools can find it difficult to react appropriately in the event of an attack. We still suggest that protection be baked in rather than bolted on, so that it is an integral part of the technology.