As part of the U.S. EdTech program earlier this year with 9 other participants, we have been asked to take part in the U.S. Embassy’s 2014 annual economic conference in Dublin. “Smart People for a Smart Economy: Technology, Education and Filling the Skills Gap” on 3rd April 2014.
I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded a place on a professional development leadership program in the United States which will look at EdTech: Games, Apps and STEM education.
The program will run January 11 – 25, 2013 and will include meetings in Washington DC, New York, Seattle and Boston with developers and start ups, science and tech organizations, institutions working on STEM outreach, educators, policy makers, researchers and school.
I look forward to a busy (and cold) two weeks gaining knowledge from key people and organisations in the EdTech field.
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