Technologies in Education Forum

Technologies in Education Forum 2013

May 15, 2013
Washington, DC

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

Newseum Knight Conference Center, 7th Floor
555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington DC, 20001

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