Tools that Work
Monday, November 30, 2:30–3:00 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Amanda DoAmaral Dr. Angie Eilers Travis Feldler Nikki Navta Daquan Oliver Sandro Olivieri Amanda von Moos
Hosted by AT&T. From Early Childhood Assessments to Entrepreneurship Education and everything in-between, this is a lineup of the best tools for their category. Learn how VR can level up your classroom, turn your substitute teaching time into effective teaching time, ensure your kids’ parents are engaged their learning journeys, and more!
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Curriculum/district specialists, Principals/head teachers|
|Topic:||Distance, online & blended learning|
|Subject area:||Career and technical education, Computer science|
|Related exhibitors:||UR Turn, WeThrive, Cognitive ToyBox, Substantial, TechRow, Fiveable, AT&T|
Hi! I’m Dr. Angie Eilers, a first-generation college-goer, an activist for educational access, a former professor and mom of twins. I received a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Bachelors from Lawrence University. After 20+ in educational research, I launched UR Turn by winning a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research award. Access to education has been my economic engine throughout life —as it has been been for individuals and whole nations around the world. Please join us in increasing educational access for all!
Travis Feldler is a non-profit and Edtech leader with a deep interest in democratizing VR technology for all learning environments. He founded TechRow a Harlem, NY based education technology company that leverages VR experiences and curriculum to boost engagement in learning. The organization works extensively in the K-12 sector and distributes outstanding content from media organizations like WarnerMedia and the New York Times. TechRow is currently participating in the AT&T Aspire Accelerator. In addition to TechRow, he is a freelance writer on VR in education for the Learning Network at the New York Times.
Nikki founded Zulama, a company that brought computer science education to teenagers through video game design. After selling Zulama, Nikki is now working at Cognitive ToyBox, developing and scaling their sales strategy. Her goal is to get Cognitive ToyBox in the hands of all parents and early childhood educators, so every child starts school ready to succeed!
Sandro is the founder and President of Productive - an impact investment innovation consultancy that specializes in EdTech. Sandro believes that technology will play a crucial role in bringing about equitable learning outcomes for all. He lives n Berkeley with his wife and his 2 (soon to be 3!) girls