Denver Academy is proud to present their 2017 Symposium on Teaching and Learning: Partnering with Technology. The public event will take place on the DA campus, located at 4400 East Iliff Avenue in Denver, on Friday, March 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Symposium is free for current Denver Academy family members, faculty and staff (up to two people) and is $100 per person for non-DA members (includes lunch). Information and registration is available at denveracademy.org/symposium.
An international pioneer in differentiated education for diverse learners in grades 1 to 12, DA is an independent school that integrates state of the art technology into its curriculum. This year’s symposium is a perfect way to further conversations DA has been having both within its community and across the United States.
“As we continue to integrate technology into our curriculum, we’ve realized the need to partner with education leaders around the country,” says DA director of education Philippe Ernewein. “Our 2017 Symposium allows the opportunity to have deeper discussions surrounding current trends in education technology, as well as research and best practices with attendees from across the nation.”
Denver Academy presents a Symposium on Teaching and Learning on a bi-annual basis. This year’s theme, Partnering with Technology, centers around the important topic in today’s society of technology and its role in education. The day-long event kicks off with a presentation by keynote speaker Alan November, an international leader in education technology named one of the nation’s fifteen most influential thinkers of the decade by Tech and Learning Magazine.
In addition to November’s keynote address, the DA symposium includes breakout sessions for parents, teachers, students, educators and professionals surrounding the topic of technology in education. Several breakout sessions are led by national experts, many of whom are involved in DA’s Technology Think Tank.
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