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10th CANADIAN EDTECH 
LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 

“The Future of Education and Skills 2030”

 

Dec 5-6, 2019

Centennial Secondary School, Coquitlam BC

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Dear Thought Leader,

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I’m thrilled to invite you to participate in Canada’s 10th Canadian EdTech Innovation Summit —“The Future of Education and Skills 2030”

This year, we’re taking our Summit on the road to western Canada in partnership with the Coquitlam SD43 in the Vancouver area to showcase a new state-of-the-art school, Centennial Secondary School.

 

We’re challenging education & industry leaders, along with students to join forces to envision schools of the future to meet the emerging needs of student and teachers;  and further challenge you to help solve some of the most wicked problems we face in education across Canada to get beyond pockets of innovation.

 

I’m thrilled to announce our program is now set! Through our partnership with SD43 Coquitlam, we look forward to hosting you for what promises to be an engaging and thought provoking day that will inspire and challenge you and your colleagues in raising the bar in keeping Canada at the forefront of innovation in education across the world!.

 

Please don’t hesitate to drop me an email robert@mindsharelearning.com or call me at, 416-569-2106 to discuss how we can partner with you to maximize you and your team’s participation in our national EdTech Innovation Summit.

Until next time, keep the digital learning curve steep!

Best,

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Robert Martellacci – M.A. EdTech

Conference Chair

Founder and President, MindShare Learning Technology™

Delegate & Presenter Testimonials

“Congratulation on another successful event. Loved the lineup of keynote speakers!

–Peter Singh, Chief Technology Officer, TDSB

“Thank’s to MindShare Learning for another great Canadian EdTech Leadership Summit!”

–Dr. Ron Owston,  Dean Emeritus, York University Faculty of Education

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“Being recognized as a k-12 innovative educator among so many great Canadian teachers is such an a honour! I’m still shocked! I am inspired to continue to keep learning, sharing and teaching! Thank you MindShare Learning.”

— Brian Aspinall, Award Winning Educator, Author and Keynoter

Introducing our 2019 Master of Ceremonies, Speakers, and Presenters!

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Founder and CEO of MindShare Learning

Robert Martellacci

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CEO/Superintendent of Schools, District No. 43 (Coquitlam)

Patricia Gartland

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OECD

Andreas Schleicher

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STEM Learning Lab

Dr. Gina Cherkowski

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Ph.D. Professor | Director, Human Early Learning Partnership, UBC

Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl

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ISTE Faculty

Naomi Harm

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Partner GM Education, Microsoft

Michele Freed

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President &Chief Executive Officer, NELSON

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MASTER of CEREMONIES

Robert Martellacci – Founder and  Conference Co-Chair 

Robert Martellacci (MA EdTech) is president of MindShare Learning Technology, Canada’s leading EdTech strategy, news & events company he founded in 2001. Mr. Martellacci is also president & co-founder of C21 Canada—Canadians for 21st Century Learning & Innovation.

Mr. Martellacci is a lifelong learner who is committed to connecting business and education to transform learning in the 21st century to support student success. He completed a transformational learning journey as a mature student earning a master’s in educational technology from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California which inspired the creation of the MindShare Learning Report—Canada’s Learning & Technology eMagazine.

Mr. Martellacci has over 25 years of expertise and thought leadership in education as a former university administrator at York University; he also launched The Learning Company School Division for Kevin O’Leary which was the catalyst to forming his start-up MindShare Learning following the Mattel acquisition.

One of Martellacci’s signature slogans, “until next time, keep the learning curve steep.”

Conference Co-Chair

Patricia Gartland – CEO/Superintendent of Schools, District No. 43 (Coquitlam) 

Ms. Patricia Gartland has been Superintendent of Schools for School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) since 2014 and is responsible for overseeing B.C.’s third largest school district with over 32,000 students and 4,000 employees in over 70 schools and facilities.

Ms. Gartland has also served a leadership role in School District 43 as the Assistant Superintendent – International Education.  Over a decade ago, she instituted what has become one of the most successful revenue generating International Education Programs in B.C. through the implementation of her vision for the internationalization of the school district and its communities – “guiding global citizens, becoming tomorrow’s leaders. “She has earned the accolades of her many colleagues and peers including being presented with the BCCIE Distinguished Leadership Award in 2012. Ms. Gartland is committed to team work and collaboration with district staff and community partners to ensure personal, social and career success for all students within the school district.

OECD Update

Andreas Schleicher, – Director for Education and Skills, and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

As a key member of the OECD Senior Management team, Mr. Schleicher supports the Secretary-General’s strategy to produce analysis and policy advice that advances economic growth and social progress. He promotes the work of the Directorate for Education and Skills on a global stage and fosters co-operation both within and outside the OECD. In addition to policy and country reviews, the work of the Directorate includes the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), the OECD Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC), the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS), and the development and analysis of benchmarks on the performance of education systems (INES).

Before joining the OECD, Mr. Schleicher was Director for Analysis at the International Association for Educational Achievement (IEA). He studied Physics in Germany and received a degree in Mathematics and Statistics in Australia. He is the recipient of numerous honours and awards, including the “Theodor Heuss” prize, awarded in the name of the first president of the Federal Republic of Germany for “exemplary democratic engagement”.  He holds an honorary Professorship at the University of Heidelberg.

Andreas shares insights on his just released new book: World Class>>How to Build a 21st-Century School System.

OPENING KEYNOTE

Dr. Gina Cherkowski, – Founder & CEO of STEM Learning Lab for some candid conversation and powerful insights around her entrepreneurial journey and the future of education.

Gina is an educational game changer on a mission to ensure all students have access to high-quality STEM learning experiences so they are aptly prepared for our technology-driven, dynamic world. Gina realized that, as a teacher, her sphere of influence was limited to the students with whom she had a direct relationship. Knowing that she could achieve a larger impact–by upskilling teachers and providing transformational experiences for students–eventually led her to leave her teaching position and begin STEM Learning Lab.

Gina believes that play, exploration, and meaning are critical factors for learning for all students. She advocates that all students require and deserve opportunities to participate in high-level, hands-on, engaging and meaningful learning experiences so they are able to meet the demands of the 21st century. Gina and her team believe that STEM education, combined with arts and entrepreneurialism, provides pivotal learning opportunities that equip children with the skills, tools, and mindsets they need for the 21st century.

Gina holds a PhD in Mathematics Education as well as in Culture Studies in Education. She has extensive experience in teaching and learning as a remediation specialist, a classroom teacher, and as a university professor for undergraduate and graduate courses in education in Canada and internationally.

FEATURED KEYNOTE

Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl – Ph.D. Professor | Director, Human Early Learning Partnership, UBC 

Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl is an Applied Developmental Psychologist and a Professor in the Human Development, Learning, and Culture area in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia (UBC). She is also the Director of the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP), an interdisciplinary research unit focused on child development in the School of Population and Public Health in the Faculty of Medicine at UBC. She received her MA in Educational Psychology from the University of Chicago, her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Iowa, and completed her postdoctoral work as a National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Fellow in the Clinical Research Training Program in Adolescence at the University of Chicago and the Department of Psychiatry at Northwestern University Medical School. Prior to her graduate work, Dr. Schonert-Reichl worked as middle school teacher and then as a teacher at an alternative high school for “at risk” adolescents. Connect with her on Twitter @kimschon

CLOSING KEYNOTE

Naomi Harm –  ISTE Faculty 

Naomi Harm is an educational technology thought leader and influencer. She welcomes every opportunity to share her expertise of women leadership and instructional STEM best practices with educational leaders worldwide. Her professional learning and keynote offerings of focus include mentoring young girls and women to pursue passion-driven STEM careers, facilitating engineering and CS learning challenges infused with coding, robotics and makerspace activities, redesigning classroom spaces and learning experiences with the brain in mind, and maximizing creativity, communication and collaboration through CUE Craft instructional frameworks of eduprotocols to support the student-centered classroom.

SPOTLIGHT SPEAKER

Michele Freed –  Microsoft Global Partner GM Education – Teacher, Student and Parent Experiences 

Driven and influential Technology Executive, acknowledged for 20 years of successful technical and business leadership. Relationship cultivation, technical acumen and global strategic business planning abilities have repeatedly positioned organizations for growth. Possesses a deep and broad understanding of international sales and business development strategies. Helped reshape Microsoft’s incubation process, and served as key consultant to a divisional President. A tireless customer advocate with a passion for improving user experience. An effective team builder and thought leader capable of persuasive direction. .

FIRESIDE CHAT PANEL SPEAKER

Steve Brown –  President &Chief Executive Officer, NELSON 

Steve Brown has made his mark in Canada and Internationally by leading organizations through digital transformation. His career spans a diverse mix of industry and technology experience from multi-media entertainment, logistics services, automotive, and now to learning solutions.
Since joining NELSON in September 2016, Steve has transformed the vision for this 104-year-old company by reimagining the role and purpose of a publisher in 2017 and beyond. Introducing a matrix driven view to the management culture, and unifying a K20 student-centric business division is at the core of this shift to a cohesive customer focused structure. He has reframed the organization’s digital competency by instituting a technology department comprised of some the world’s best and brightest talent based in Silicon Beach California. Additionally, over the past 12 months the company has engaged in various M&A activities, including the acquisition of one of its largest competitors, as well as signing numerous agency and partnership deals to ensure NELSON offers a world class portfolio of learning solution and for all its markets.
Steve’s passion and commitment to transforming education, and the student learning experience, continues to fuel the innovation pipeline at NELSON.

Cross Canada Check Up Panel

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Patricia Gartland

CEO/Superintendent of Schools, District No. 43 (Coquitlam)

Ms. Patricia Gartland has been Superintendent of Schools for School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) since 2014 and is responsible for overseeing B.C.’s third largest school district with over 32,000 students and 4,000 employees in over 70 schools and facilities.

Ms. Gartland has also served a leadership role in School District 43 as the Assistant Superintendent – International Education.  Over a decade ago, she instituted what has become one of the most successful revenue generating International Education Programs in B.C. through the implementation of her vision for the internationalization of the school district and its communities – “guiding global citizens, becoming tomorrow’s leaders.”She has earned the accolades of her many colleagues and peers including being presented with the BCCIE Distinguished Leadership Award in 2012.

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Sally Barton

Assistant Deputy Minister, Services & Technology, Ministry of Education

Sally has an extensive international Information Technology background with diverse experience in the public, private and charitable sectors. Sally joined the Provincial Government in June 2006, after emigrating from the United Kingdom, where she worked for a large IT consultancy, leading projects across Europe and Australia; and for the National Trust, the UK’s largest conservation charity.

Sally has held numerous leadership roles in the B.C. Public Service, including the Ministry of Finance, where she was accountable for the Revenue Management outsourcing agreement; and the 2010 Olympic Games Secretariat, where she led initiatives including the B.C. Pavilion. Sally then undertook the role of Vice President of Information Technology Services at B.C. Assessment, prior to re-joining the Provincial Government in 2015 to lead the Natural Resource Transformation Secretariat.

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Dr. Mario Chiasson

Director of Research, Innovations and Change Management at District scolaire francophone Sud

Dr. Mario Chiasson is known for his practical insights on learning innovation. He is experienced and equipped to make big things happen. As the founder of My Learning My Space, Mario has helped countless organizations and institutions (schools, districts, ministries, colleges, universities, business and communities) to navigate through disruptive change, develop innovation capabilities and drive continuous improvement. From startups and small projects to educational and community reform.

Mario is a researcher that focuses on the design of spaces that influence the learning and the teaching process of new skills aligned with the innovative society. He holds a Bachelors degree in Physical Education with two concentration (Math and Science), a Masters in school administration with a focus on ICT and a Ph.D in Education at Université de Moncton, New-Brunswick, Canada. He is a Microsoft Innovative Teacher, a Cisco IT Essential Teacher, an Apple Distinguished Educator, an Apple Certified Trainer.

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Peter Singh

Executive Officer – IT Services TDSB

Peter brings 23+ years of K-12 sector technology know-how to his CTO portfolio. He has been at the forefront of bringing innovative technologies to the Toronto District School Board. He’s a practitioner of emotional intelligence who is spearheading the TDSB “Information Technology Services” team from a digital era to Quantum Age of Information Technology.

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Anthony Ciolfitto

Principal, Centennial Secondary School, SD43

Anthony Ciolfitto has been an educator in School District 43 (Coquitlam) for 22 years. He is the Principal of Centennial Secondary School.  Prior to his arrival at Centennial in 2018, he served as Principal at Riverside Secondary School, the first school in SD43 to move to a full scale implementation of BYOD.  He believes strongly in the importance of integrating technology into learning, particularly with respect to the development of children in the areas of creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, media, research, and collaboration.  His goal is to provide students with a digital platform so that they can showcase their learning, thinking, passions, and talents, while increasing engagement with their parents, peers, and community.

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Blair Fitzsimons

11th Claassroom of the Future Challenge: Extreme Classroom Makeover National Winners!

STEAM Teacher, Maker and FIRST coach, I have worked for 13 years to push the bounds of student learning; using robotics, philosophy and the LEGO brick.

Centennial Secondary School
School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)

 

Directions

From Canada Line – SkyTrain British Columbia

– Take W King Edward Ave E, E 12th Ave and Grandview Hwy to Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 E in Burnaby
– Follow Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 E to Brunette Ave in Coquitlam. Take the Brunette Avenue exit from Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 E
–  Continue on Brunette Ave. Take Marmont St and Austin Ave to Poirier St

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School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
550 Poirier St, Coquitlam BC
V3J 6A7

http://www.sd43.bc.ca/Pages/default.aspx#/=

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Enter the 4th Annual EdTech Awards

EdTech Startup Challenge – Dragons’ Den Style 

 

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Rules & Guidelines here

Dragon’s Den Startup Challenge Challenge Was Highly Contested and the Winner is…….Dr. Vinay Singh, Co-founder & CEO, Orange Neurosciences 

For more information on entry guidelines and eligibility please go to this link for more information. Please send all applications to robert@mindsharelearning.com.

This year’s prize for the Top Startup company is FREE booth space at the startup pavilion at FETC 2019!

This year we are accepting FIVE startup’s to compete –  Each EdTech startup company entered in this contest will be given five minutes to pitch their companies platform/approach/achievements during the 9th EdTech Innovation Summit to a panel of judges, made up of esteemed industry leaders and past winners, in a bid to win top prize.

Congratulations to the 2018

EdTech Awards 

We are pleased to announce the 4th Annual Canadian Edtech Awards – Celebrating Excellence in Canadian Innovation & Education.

Voting will take place in the following four categories:

  1. K12 Educator of the Year
  2. K12 Administrator of the Year
  3. Post Secondary Professor of the Year
  4. EdTech Partner of the Year

Congratulations to last year’s winner:

  • K12 EdTech Company of the Year:Prodigy Game
  • K12 School System Innovator of the Year:  School District 43 (Coquitlam, B.C.)
  • Startup Challenge Winner: Rekha Magon, Founder & CEO, Mindful Scholar
  • Post-Secondary Innovative Professor of the Year: Dr. Ron Owston, York University, Faculty of Education
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ABOUT CANADIAN EDTECH INNOVATION SUMMIT

Under the leadership of founder Robert Martellacci MindShare Learning Technology is Canada’s Leading EdTech Strategy, News and Events company. Through our vast national network of education and technology solution providers, MindShare was inspired to launch the Canadian EdTech Innovation Summit to better serve a rapidly growing sector that was fragmented and not clearly understood by stakeholders. Our continuing passion is to provide professional learning opportunities in a focused forum to support and nurture deeper insights for both education and technology stakeholders; to inspire innovative learning environments to support student success and to maintain Canada’s leadership in education on the global stage.

Education Leaders -Senior administrators from K12 and post-secondary institutions including superintendents, CIO’s, IT Directors, Principals and provincial government education officials focused on learning and technology. Passionate & innovative teacher leaders.

EdTech Leaders – Education Technology solution providers focused on the K12 & Post-secondary market segments.

EdTech Start-Ups – Innovators and developers of Educational Startup’s.

Students – All students who are passionate about Learning and Technology from K12 to post-secondary. Special Pricing Available!

… and those who are globally minded and prepared to learn, engage and champion 21st century learning models for success

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LEARN

The EdTech Leadership Summit is your opportunity to hear some of today’s most influential thought leaders speak on education and it’s future. Our speakers come from every walk of the education landscape and provide multiple views, ideas and insight into education in the 21st Century. Don’t miss out on the chance to expand your knowledge with our Keynote presenters!

LEAD

Share your ideas with other Educators, Industry leaders, and EdTech Start up’s at this years EdTech Leadership Conference. Gain new ideas to bring back to your classroom and find new avenues to incorporate pedagogy and technology into the classroom of the future. Our break out sessions will allow you to collaborate and share in an area of your interest, where you will come away with new and valuable knowledge and insight.

CONNECT

Meet other conference attendees from across Canada and beyond.  Connect with leaders and innovators from the U.S, Canada and world  wide; gaining new national and international perspectives on the classroom of the future. This is a great opportunity to expand your social network!

DON’T MISS THIS AMAZING CONFERENCE DOWNTOWN TORONTO

CONFERENCE AGENDA

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Summit Agenda

Day One Dec 5th

12:00PM

Pre-Conference Registration Noon-1:00PM

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Registration and Check-in will be located in the main atrium in Cenntenial Secandary School.

Please have your digital or physical copy of your EventBrite Ticket ready!

1:00PM

Pre-Conference Workshops TBA/ School site visits (Middle, Secondary & IHUB)

1:00PM - 4:00PM

4:00PM

Registration

4:00PM - 6:00PM

6:00PM

Opening Reception, musical Student performance & Fireside chat “The Future of Education and Skills 2030”

6:00PM - 8:00PM

Summit Agenda

Day Two Dec 6th

8:00AM

Check-In/ Explore the Learning Commons Makerspace while you enjoy your Continental Breakfast

8:00AM - 8:30AM

Registration and Check-in will be located in the main atrium (Rotunda) in the innovation complex.

Please have your digital or physical copy of your EventBrite Ticket ready!

8:30AM

Welcome and Official Greetings

8:30AM - 8:45AM

Greetings from Robert Martellacci, Founder and  Conference Co-Chair

Greetings from Patricia Gartland, CEO/Superintendent of Schools, District No. 43 (Coquitlam)

OECD Update Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills, and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

8:45AM

Opening Keynote -Dr. Gina Cherkowski, – Founder & CEO of STEM Learning Lab for some candid conversation and powerful insights around her entrepreneurial journey and the future of education.

8:45AM - 9:30AM

Q&A to follow

9:30AM

Cross Canada Check up Panel

9:30AM - 10:30AM

Gain valuable insights on K-12 and Post Secondary EdTech Trends

Moderator 

Robert Martellacci -President, MindShare Learning Technology

The Panel Includes:

Patricia Gartland – CEO/Superintendent of Schools, District No. 43 (Coquitlam)

Sally Barton – Assistant Deputy Minister, Services & Technology, Ministry of Education

Dr. Mario Chiasson – Director of Research, Innovations and Change Management, District scolaire francophone Sud

Peter Singh – Executive Officer – IT Services TDSB

Anthony Ciolfitto, Principal, Centennial Secondary School, SD43

Blair Fitzsimons, Teacher, St. Mary- St.Cecilia, 11th Claassroom of the Future Challenge: Extreme Classroom Makeover National Winners!

10:30AM

MindSharing Break

10:30AM - 11:00AM

Exploring the Learning Commons MakerSpace & build your personal learning network by connecting with conference delegates.

11:00AM

Feature Keynote - Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl – Ph.D. Professor | Director, Human Early Learning Partnership, UBC

11:00AM - 12:00PM

Q&A to follow

12:45PM

Gourmet Lunch: Prepared by Students at Centennial Secondary School & Announcing THE winners of 4TH CANADIAN EDTECH AWARDS

12:45PM - 1:45PM

1:45PM

Spot Light Speaker - Michele Freed

1:45PM - 2:15PM

2:15PM

Round Table Breakout Sessions

2:15PM - 3:45PM

  1. Designing Future Ready Schools to Optimize Student Learning and Teacher Productivity.
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    Hosted by Ivano Cecchini, Executive Dir Facilities & Planning Services, SD43 and Gerald Shong, Assistant Superintendent, SD43; Anthony Ciolfitto, Principal, Riverside Secondary School at Coquitlam School board
  2. C21 Canada Roundtable: The Future of Learning & Skills 2030. What’s at Stake & What’s in Store.
    • C21 Canada and the CEO Academy share the way forward in K to 12 Education by leading inquiry-based innovation to change relationships for transformation and reconciliation.  Leaders share ways to consolidate system coherence to scale and deepen global competencies. Hosted by Karen Yamada, Chief Learning Officer, C21 Canada; Robert Martellacci, CEO, C21 Canada.
  3. Forward Thinking EDU Roundtable: Succeeding in the Global Education Market.
    • Explore strategies to grow your EdTech company. Gain insight into strategies and best practices for your EdTech business. Tap into a global network of advisors! Hosted by Michael Campbell, President and Principal Advisor, Forward Thinking EDU
  4. A Day in the Life of a School District CIO: Issues, Challenges and Trends. Hosted by Stephen Whiffen, Director of Instruction and CIO, School District No. 43 (Coquitlam).
  5. Emerging Trends and Strategies to Maximize the Full potential of Blended and Online Learning. Hosted by Dr. Randy LaBonte, CEO, Canadian eLearning Network.
  6. Exploring The Impact of  Cypersecurity in Education. Hosted by Diana Barbosa, ICTC Director, K-12 Education and Standards
    • Cybersecurity breaches continue to make headlines almost every day and it is estimated that Canada will require around 40-53K cybersecurity practitioners by 2023.  Join the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) as they provide an insightful look at the current state of the cyber security labour market and what the future holds in Canada! Learn about the opportunities ICTC can provide for educators and students to prepare Canada for future careers in this growing field.
  7. Harnessing the Power and Potential of Social Media to Build Learning Communities. Hosted by David Truss, Principal, iHub SD43, Author of TwitterEdu.
3:45PM

Networking Break

3:45PM - 4:00PM

Explore the Learning Commons/ Maker Space

4:00PM

Closing Keynote - Naomi Harm – ISTE Faculty

4:00PM - 4:45PM

4:45PM

Wrap up & Closing Reflections with Robert Martellacci and Patricia Gartland

4:45PM - 6:30PM

Wrap up Networking.

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    570 Poirier Street, Coquitlam BC
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