From the Siemens STEM Academy comes a great webinar Monday, March 8, 2010, at 7 PM (ET). Our very own inimical Hall Davidson is the presenter, and that alone should pack the virtual house. Here’s another reason (well, several) why you should attend this webinar (it’s not all about science).
Hall Davidson will look at how understanding the creation of new knowledge through technology is becoming integral in preparing students for the jobs of tomorrow. You’ll walk away from the webinar with a better understanding of how students can create valid and valuable new information using tools in school, the process for open-ended challenge based learning, and how students create a network to help build their action plan.
Always timely, Hall describes his presentation–coping with new knowledge creation.
In today’s world jobs, global problems, and communication are intertwined with the creation of both knowledge and content, and the ability to look at and analyze what is newly created will become a 21st Century skill. We will look at how understanding the creation of new knowledge is integral in preparing students for the jobs of tomorrow.
Hall shared his pre-webinar resources. Thank you, Hall. Love having information in advance.