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Wednesday, February 8 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Knowledge Sharing Panel: Inspiring Creativity in Young Learners

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Amazing teachers across the country are inspiring creativity in young learners. In this panel discussion, three amazing educators will share their ideas and expertise. 

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Debbie Carona

Technology Integration, St. John's Episcopal School
For the past 10 years, Debbie Carona has been a Technology Integration Specialist at St. John’s Episcopal School in Dallas, Texas. During her time at St. John’s, she began her training in project based learning. After completing her initial training with the Buck Institute for Education, she went to the PBL World Conference to pursue additional training. She has presented at a number of professional conferences, including EdTechTeacher and... Read More →
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Susan Devetski

Primary School Principal, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
Currently the building administrator at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, Susan previously served as teacher, curriculum leader, and university professor. As education chair at a liberal arts college, Devetski created an innovative blended learning course pairing current teachers with undergraduates. Inspiring innovation with young makers is her current passion. Devetski received Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Indiana University... Read More →
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Avra Robinson

Instructor & Director of Online Learning, EdTechTeacher
Avra is an instructor and Director of Online Learning for EdTechTeacher. She is an authorized Google Education Trainer, former Instructional Technology Coordinator, and elementary classroom teacher. Avra has spent over 15 years helping students and teachers discover exciting ways to authentically integrate technology into the curriculum.

Wednesday February 8, 2017 9:30am - 10:30am

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