The Promise of Digital Learning: A Word to Government Officials

The Promise of Digital Learning: Susan Patrick (iNACOL), Chris Klaus (Kaneva), Vicki Davis (Flat Classroom Projects)

Here is a video of a panel presentation on “the Promise of Digital Learning” to educators within the state of Georgia. The other panelists were just a delight as well as our moderator.

“The Promise of Digital Learning” was a panel at the 2010 Georgia Legislative Policy Briefing discussing how Georgia can take advantage of the coming disruptive innovation of digital learning. The panelists included: Susan Patrick, President and Chief Executive Officer, International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL); Chris Klaus, Founder and CEO, Kaneva, Inc.; Vicki Davis, Co-Founder, Flat Classroom Project and teacher and IT Director at the Westwood Schools (Camilla, Ga.); Moderator: Sajan George, Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal.”

If you just want to see my part, here it is.

Would love feedback of how you would answer these questions and what you would say to legislators about digital learning.

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One thought on “The Promise of Digital Learning: A Word to Government Officials

  1. Wow, Cassandra -you are inspirational! I love your perspectives. With such a pithy, meaningful comment as that – you should be blogging! Where is your blog!! Great insights and thoughts and yes, we need to get technology in their hands.

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