Holding Up the Technological Mirror - Reflecting on Our Collective ISTE Learning
Participate and share : Interactive session: Hosted activity
Dr. Audrey Hovannesian Dr. Suzanne Newell Dr. Jeremiah Okal-Frink JD Stumpf
Hosted by Dell Technologies. Bring your notebooks, Google docs, or phones to sort, reflect, and share what you’ve gathered at this year’s ISTE. Network, process, and learn with peers while experiencing some digital reflection strategies shared by Dell facilitators. “We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience.” John Dewey
|Audience:||Coaches, Curriculum/district specialists, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
Audrey Hovannesian is the West K-12 Education Strategist for Dell Technologies. In her role, Audrey works closely with K-12 customers in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington to help inform and implement district professional learning plans to support educators, define the role technology plays in empowering learning, and assist in creating student engagement technology strategies.
As a K-12 Educational Strategist for Dell, she applies her experience teaching, leading professional learning, building teams and departments within central office, consulting in a variety of settings, and adjuncting in university courses. In all her work, she strives to create experiences that spark joy, learning, curiosity, and agency in students. Suzanne holds a B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Oklahoma State University, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas at Austin, and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of North Texas.
Jeremiah is a veteran educator, leader, professional developer and technology integrator. He has led change in teaching and learning through the catalyst of technology in rural, suburban and urban districts. At Dell Technologies, he is a Senior Education Strategist that works with other leaders, districts and organizations to embed and research learning initiatives regarding learning spaces, emerging technologies such as VR and AR, online and blended learning, and increasing equitable access for students.