As the leading Canadian conference dedicated to education technology, this event provides actionable strategies for developing creative and engaged students and highlights the year’s newest and leading-edge innovations.
Take away comprehensive insights into student and faculty engagement, apps, gamification, virtual reality, social media, and more from this event featuring specialized tracks for innovators in K-12 schools, colleges and universities.
It’s your obligation to know about the newest and most leading-edge technologies to benefit your students and your institution at this must-attend event!
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Patrick Mullane is the Executive Director of HBX. He brings over 20 years of management experience across several industries to the position. As Executive Director, he is responsible for managing HBX’s growth, expansion in global markets, and long-term success. HBX leverages Harvard Business School’s reputation for excellence and impact in business education and the broader business community, as well as the vast intellectual property, academic pedagogy and faculty talent of the School to be the premier provider of high quality digital business education.
Patrick holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, an M.S. in Project and Systems Management from Golden Gate University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
“Using Technology is not a 21st Century skill…technology must be used to help ourselves and our students develop the 21st Century skills”. Anjuli Ahooja is passionate about education, education pedagogies and technologies, and physics; and if given the opportunity to do it all over again, she wouldn’t change a thing! Anjuli is an innovative curriculum developer and is one of the pioneers for using newest technologies as per students’ needs. Anjuli has presented “What Makes a 21st Century Teacher?” at a TEDx conference. Anjuli is a Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator, has a PhD in semiconductor physics and is currently the AP Physics teacher and a Mutual Respect Facilitator at Appleby College in Oakville. She is also the President Elect for STAO (Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario).
From 2005 – 2015 Dr. Peter Arthur was the Founding Director of UBC Okanagan’s Centre for Teaching and Learning where he provided leadership and strategic direction with a particular focus on building an evidence-based teaching and learning culture. Peter's current research focuses on new advanced learning models. More specifically students ability to create personal learning networks by leveraging technology (i.e. social media) to connect with people (peers and experts), learning resources (i.e. Open Education Resources or open courseware) and learning environments (i.e. open courses) to research, reflect, create, collaborate and share knowledge as part of the active learning process.