Time: November 9th 2020, 9 pm CST
Technology is a curveball that educators have yet to square up. Promises of “interactive learning” often give way to reality: a student is more likely to use a smartphone for gaming than the latest educational app. But with proper deployment, technology could be a boon for learning especially in our new normal. In many way’s the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a new wave of digitization with a further reliance on online classes and remote education. It has served as a wake-up call for educators. In this episode of Luohan On Air, industry leaders and academic leaders discuss the future of education and how to properly embrace the digital tools to make education more inclusive while not sacrificing quality.
Dr. Bridget Terry Long, Ph.D. is Dean and Saris Professor of Education and Economics at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE).
Andrea Kayne, Director of the Doctoral Program and Master’s Program in Educational Leadership
Long Chen, Executive Director Luohan Academy
Kathryn Parker Boudett, Director Harvard Data Wise Project