Digital Promise convened a summit to explore how education leaders, researchers, and entrepreneurs can work together to address some of the greatest challenges in K-12 education, and ultimately improve learning outcomes for all students.
In panel presentations, researchers and experienced practitioners shared innovative approaches for connecting research and practice. In interactive challenge sessions, participants identified ways important learning science findings can inform the design of programs, products, and practices in four challenge areas, which were identified by K-12 district leaders in our February 2016 survey:
The agenda and session descriptions are available here.
Read our summary of the discussions and ideas from the summit.
This event was made possible through the generous support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Keynote Speaker: Karen Cator, President & CEO, Digital Promise
Research Use in Schools Panel:
Research Use in Ed-Tech Panel:
Challenge Session Facilitators:
100 participants, including educators, researchers, nonprofit leaders, and product developers attended the summit. Thank you for your participation!
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