For the fourth year in a row, The Atlantic will examine the new policies and tools that are revolutionizing the way our students learn and our teachers teach, from educational video gaming to big data to online learning.
Technologies in Education Forum 2013
Washington, District of Columbia / May 15, 2013
For the third year in a row, The Atlantic examined the new policies and tools available to those working on the front lines to bolster American student learning and achievement.
The Atlantic’s third-annual Technologies in Education Forum focused on the technologies that are revolutionizing the way we learn. Panel discussions and headline interviews discussed the latest innovations transforming the classroom, policy changes needed to promote technologies in schools, and how to best prepare students to fill much-needed STEM jobs. From educational video games that encourage math and science learning, to promoting computer programming skills, to the democratization of higher education through free online courses, this half-day event explored technology’s transformative power for students of all ages.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
- John Bailey Executive Director Digital Learning Now!
- Leticia Barr Columnist, Parents.com and Founder Tech Savvy Mama
- Sam Blazes Former National STEM Video Game Challenge Winner and Student Sidwell Friends School
- Rick Brennan Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Histrionix Learning Company
- Milton Chen Senior Fellow The George Lucas Educational Foundation
- Steve Clemons Editor-in-Chief, AtlanticLIVE, and Washington Editor-at-Large The Atlantic
- Richard Culatta Acting Director, Office of Educational Technology United States Department of Education
- Lisa Guernsey Director, Early Education Initiative New America Foundation
- Wilfried Hounyo Former National STEM Video Game Challenge Winner and Student McKinley Technical High School
- Amy Klobuchar D-MN United States Senate
- Justin Leites Vice President for Games Amplify
- Joseph Marks Staff Correspondent Government Executive
- Sara Mead Principal, Bellwether Education Partners Bellwether Education Partners
- Katherine Peters Executive Editor Government Executive
- David Pinder Principal McKinley Technology High School
- Josephine Bias Robinson Chief, Office of Family and Public Engagement District of Columbia Public Schools
- Roberto Rodriguez Special Assistant to the President Education Policy
- Jessica Rosenworcel Commissioner Federal Communications Commission
- Hanna Rosin National Correspondent The Atlantic
- Kate Selkirk Master Teacher Quest to Learn
- Nicole Smith Research Professor and Senior Economist Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce
- Tammy Wincup Chief Operating Officer EverFi