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Thursday, July 16 • 11:00am - 11:20am
Data vs. Knowledge

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We live in an era of too much data. The rapid growth of the internet and technology has created an overwhelming abundance of information, causing enormous overflows of data for students, teachers and schools on a global scale. How can we cope with such data in a manner that ensures these overflows become useful knowledge? In this session we will discuss a number of concrete examples of how educators shift between the growing abundance of data making sure they identify the right and most relevant resources to improve their students and schools' learning outcomes. 

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Jon Corippo

Author/Educator, Eduprotocols

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Founder, Teach Pitch
TeachPitch is a cloud-based learning platform that helps teachers and schools identify the best online resources available. Our website was founded by a former teacher who, constantly constrained for time and budget, struggled to find and manage the best and most relevant answers... Read More →

Thursday July 16, 2015 11:00am - 11:20am EDT
Plaza Ballroom Boston Park Plaza

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