Principal Advisor, Stanford University’s FabLearn Fellows
Sylvia Martinez is co-author of Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering the Classroom, a book that has been called the “bible of the classroom maker movement”.
My biggest takeaways from 21CLHK8 were not about specific tools or tricks. Instead I came away feeling excited about the people I had the opportunity to (finally) meet in person. 21CLHK8 was a very affirming experience for me and one that I would love to attend again.
Lissa Layman American International School, Kuwait
I found the keynote speakers to be stimulating and challenging. The workshops were very well done and were clearly designed to provide maximum opportunity for interaction and connection. I walked away from this conference with a number of new ideas and a collection of new contacts.
Dave RehnbergCoastal Christian School, United State of America
Conference organiser, 21st Century Learning International supports K-12 schools in the effective use of technology for learning, teaching and administrative operations. Our activities and services include conferences and workshops, online communities, bespoke consulting services, and educational research.