Who: Opening remarks via video from Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers; college, university and K-12 educators; and education thought leaders. Program highlights include:
Message from John Chambers
John Chambers, chairman and CEO, Cisco
The Global Journey to 21st Century Learning
Michael Stevenson, vice president, Global Education, Cisco
Making Schooling Relevant for Today's World
Gregory B. Whitby, executive director of schools, Diocese of Parramatta,
Rethinking Education Inside and Outside the Classroom
Salman Khan, founder, Khan Academy
Getting the Best Out of Professional Development
Gay Krause, founder, Krause Center for Innovation
The Future of Education: How Do We Get There?
Gene Wilhoit, executive director, Council of Chief State School Officers
Higher Education and K-12 Breakout Sessions
The event agenda and complete list of speakers and discussion topics are available here.
Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST
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Those interested can register online to attend the event. The education virtual forum will also be available on demand through September, 2011. Also, please visit the virtual exhibit hall to see the Cisco education technology solutions that are creating connected learning environments as well as information on special product offerings.
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