The closing session for the eLearning Journeys’ conference will build to a call to action… challenging the participants to put into practice the ideas and examples shared at this year’s eLearning Journeys and present what they will achieve before the 2017 conference. The opening and breakout sessions for each area inform attendees of what is possible and real.
Our call to action calls on many different perspectives that must, in their own way, embrace how learning, teaching, and support structures can and must change to create sustainable improvement. Michael Jay, President of Educational Systemics and formerly of Apple Education, leads this varied group of thought leaders. Each presenter will speak for 5 minutes followed by a 10 minute discussion with other members of the panel about how all parts fit together to support change. Attendees should leave with a clear understanding of their role in making the most of eLearning and how that role fits with that of others to create lasting improvement in each eLearning sector.
• Michael Jay will speak on effecting systemic change
• Piotr Bucki will speak on defining and reaching our users
• Krzysztof Głomb will speak on digital teacher education
• Artur Dyro will discuss how platforms and tools will enable 21st century learning as they have done with the social network
• José Borghino will answer questions on the future of publishing and content creation in the age of eLearning
• Dr. Erik Peper will discuss how wellness and responsibility is a driving force in learning and health
• Dr. Luann Fortune will explain how humanistic pedagogy is applicable to eLearning
• Rafal Lew-Starowicz will discuss the future of the public classroom and importance of privacy & security
• Alan Greenberg will speak on the role of investment, venture capital, and startups
Erik Peper, PhD
Luann Fortune, PhD