During our K-12 and higher ed roundtables, educators, directors, and technologists shared their lessons learned in the classroom over the past 18 months.
Our K-12 panelists discussed how intuitive, flexible technology can help create a more engaged and effective learning experience. They noted the importance of supporting teachers as they learn new technology, especially during a wave of historic turnover.
Clockwise from top left: Adam Gerson, Columbia Grammar and Prep School; Juliana Finegan, The Learning Accelerator; Victoria Thompson, Technology Access Foundation; Dr. Katrina Adkins, SHI International Corp.
“This was one of the most unique panels I have ever moderated in that every participant was looking at educational technology through a different lens,” said Dr. Katrina Adkins, senior program director for education solutions at SHI International Corp. “Being able to thoroughly discuss and dissect STEM integration, digital learning, and the effects of COVID in and out of the physical classroom was incredible.”
During the higher education roundtables, our panelists discussed the power of technology to create future competitiveness at the university and collegiate level. Higher education organizations need to focus on retaining their institutional identities in a world that is increasingly driven by technology, and Zoom’s vision and roadmap can help educators reach their goals as smoothly as possible.
Clockwise from top left: Beth Pollard, San Diego State University; David Malan, Harvard University; Lauren Erardi, Quinnipiac University; Kyle Wagner, Northeastern Technical College; Jana Remy, Chapman University.