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Educational Leadership for Social Good

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An early adopter of iPads Jennifer remains dedicated to using technology in schools for a social purpose. She has aligned her recent work with the Sustainable Development Goals produced by the United Nations in 2015 (as an agenda for moving forward to 2030). Mark Wagner is a former high school English teacher that has since served as educational technology coordinator at the site, district, and county levels. Leadership Digital Citizenship Social Emotional Learning

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This summer, in cooperation with the United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC), they are participating in a summer volunteer program to encourage everyone to promote the United Nations 17 Global Goals in support of the 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development: In collaboration with the United Nations System Staff College, the simpleshow foundation has set up a volunteering program that aims to educate the world about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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CoSN 2019: How Teachers Can Revolutionize the Future of Education

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Today when we talk about education, we only talk about three things: the curriculum, the teacher and the assessments,” Zhao told attendees at the Consortium for School Networking’s 2019 annual conference keynote session, Envisioning the Skills Students Need: 2030. Current K–12 students will face a dynamically different work environment as industries integrate emerging technology in new and creative ways. MORE FROM EDTECH: Read about the top three elements of digital citizenship.

Change Agents: Tech & Learning?s Most Influential People in EdTech In 2018

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Hoth is cofounder and president of Students Speak Up (SSU), a nonprofit formed through the power of technology to promote civic engagement among youth to empower them to speak up to change gun laws. His generation, Hoth says, has “used technology and underestimation to our advantage.