Learning Innovation Conversation with Katrina Stevens
September 19, 2017
ExCITe hosted Katrina Stevens for a Learning Innovation Conversation moderated by ExCITe Director Youngmoo Kim on September 19, 2017 at Mitchell Auditorium in the Bossone Research Center at Drexel University. Stevens shared her experience as an innovator in creating and evaluating education technology, her concept of teachers as researchers, and provided a scan of what's working (and what's not) in schools nationally.
Media Coverage of Katrina Stevens Conversation:
Can we make purchasing classroom tech more like buying a car?, WHYY, December 4, 2017
Classroom tech must serve students and teachers and work across school districts, WHYY, September 18, 2017
The Citizen Recommends: Katrina Stevens, The Philadelphia Citizen, September 15, 2017
Here from this Obama adviser next week on education innovation, Technically Philly, September 12, 2017
About Katrina Stevens:
Katrina Stevens is an innovator in education technology with over 20 years experience as a teacher and administrator. Stevens most recently served as Deputy Director in the Office of Educational Technology at the US Department of Education in the Obama Administration. She previously served as EdSurge’s director of edtech Summits. Katrina has a long history of building education programs and has been a key player in Baltimore’s emerging education technology ecosystem. She has been an educational consultant, journalist and also worked in the district offices of Baltimore County Public Schools, as well as the co-founder of an edtech company in 2010. You can follow her work on twitter.