Whether you’re looking for (incredibly wonky) happy hour conversation fodder, ideas to email your CTO while she’s away for the weekend, or a distraction from the carnage wrought upon your NCAA bracket, you should join us on Friday afternoon for our live chat, “Learning to Identify and Understand K-12 Innovation.”
We’ll welcome Anthony Kim, the founder of blended learning startup company Education Elements (and not the golfer), and Laurie Racine, the co-founder of education innovation specialists Startl, for an hour-long discussion beginning at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT.
Together, and with the help of questions from you, the chat readers, our guests will help us get to the bottom of that difficult question: In an age where everyone throws around that pesky ‘I’ word, what does it really mean? What should it mean? And how can I get panelists at ISTE 2012 to stop saying it every five seconds? (We might not actually get to that last one, but if we don’t, feel free to email me afterward).
A version of this news article first appeared in the Digital Education blog.