innovate 2024 Attendee | February 29, 2024 | 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM CT
innovate: explore the best of education and imagine what the future could be
Educators across our region and state are experimenting with groundbreaking practices that are shaping futures and redefining the way students learn. Join us at #innovate24 for an insider's look into these transformative strategies and learn from nationally known keynote speakers Matt Miller and Leena Baksi McLean.
From practical to aspirational – you’ll find a range of ideas – some ready for immediate implementation and others that will push your thinking. Experience conference strands on culture, design, equity, leadership, technology and wellness.
Innovation doesn’t stop with the content, choose how you learn best – 30-minute quick hit sessions, 60-minute exploration sessions and 90-minute deep-dive sessions. Experience the interactive Exhibitor Hall, Podcast Row and self-paced Learning Opportunities.
Innovation takes all educators working together. If you’re a leader at any level, teacher of any content/grade, library media specialist, counselor, coach or director, #innovate24 is for you!
Are you ready to LEAP IN?
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Matt Miller has been infusing technology and innovative teaching methods into his classroom for more than 10 years. He is the author of six books, including Ditch That Textbook: Free Your Teaching and Revolutionize Your Classroom. He writes at the Ditch That Textbook blog about using technology and creative ideas in teaching. Matt is a Google Certified Innovator and Microsoft in Education Expert. He was named a ‘23-’24 Top 100 Influencer in EdTech by EdTech Digest. He won the WTHI-TV Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching.
Connect with Matt @jmattmiller.
Leena Bakshi McLean is the founder of STEM4Real, a nonprofit professional learning organization committed to combining STEM learning and leadership with principles of equity, justice and youth action. Leena has worked with pre-service teachers at Claremont Graduate University teaching STEM methods and Universal Design for Learning and serves as the Director of Multicultural Education and Equity for the National Science Teaching Association.
Leena is a former administrator and mathematics, science and anatomy teacher. Her research interests include anti-bias STEM education and how we can create access and opportunities for every student. Connect with Leena @LeenaBMc.
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