Education Technology

2019 TI Leadership Summits

TI Leadership Summits provide insight into how we can work together to meet the changing needs of teachers and students. Topics range from STEM education to funding resources, technology implementation, improving instructional practices and more. As a participant, you will:
  • Gain insight and inspiration from renowned national speakers in an intimate setting
  • Hear from local educators on their experience in implementing TI technology in their schools
  • Meet or reconnect with a select group of fellow administrators


Leadership Summit ID

Learn more about the TI Leadership Summit in your area below, including topics, speakers and schedule. There is no charge to attend.

Date City State Title
Mar 26 Los Angeles CA
Building a Bridge to STEAM: Collaboration for Student Success

All education stakeholders are now called upon, through collaborative efforts, to ensure our students have the academic and experiential preparation necessary to pursue a pathway that leads them to college and career success. High-quality, robust and equitable STEAM education has never been more impactful on our students’ future. Join educators committed to leading this charge.

A networking breakfast and lunch are included.

Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:
Joan Palevsky Center for the Future of Los Angeles
281 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 100
Los Angeles, California 90012

PROGRAM

“STEM4: The power of collaboration for change”

This unique joint project presents guidelines for advancing state, district and community action.

Vince O’Connell
Director of School Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Keynote Address: “Emergent Trends in STEAM to Guide the Way”

Alfred Hall will share a brief overview of the influential shifts in science education that launched a national conversation on STEAM education. Critical to the success of this initiative are the types of STEAM competencies and skills we must ensure each child develops in order to become college-ready and an active participant in the ever-changing workforce and marketplace. A model-integrated STEAM program/school in Memphis, Tennessee, will be shared to provide insight as to how learning can be enhanced when pre-K through higher education schools and business/community partners align their efforts for the growth and development of their students.

Alfred Hall, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, College of Education
The University of Memphis


“Improving the Success of Underserved Students in STEM”

The PATHways to STEM (PATHS) program aims to empower students from underserved communities and backgrounds to emerge as leaders that not only survive but thrive during the undergraduate experience in STEM.

Gentry Patrick, Ph.D.
Program Director, PATHways to STEM (PATHS)
University of California at San Diego


Panel Session: “Engaging Students Where the Disciplines Converge”

Our world stands to benefit from education models that produce STEAM-literate students who demand the integration of knowledge to master complex problems. Experts will lead a discussion on the challenges and opportunities in building STEAM education systems to support the teaching and learning needed to prepare today’s students for their future.

Moderator:
Alfred Hall, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, College of Education
The University of Memphis

Panelists:
Joanie Funderburk
President
Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Cheryl Hibbeln
Executive Director, School Innovation and Integrated Youth Services
San Diego Unified School District

Gentry Patrick, Ph.D.
Program Director, PATHways to STEM (PATHS)
University of California San Diego


“Issues, Initiatives and Solutions”

  • Now that remedial math courses have been pulled out of the CSU system — increasing pressure on high schools to close this gap — what next?
  • With funding available to support low-performing students in California, what practices and resources are available to address these learning needs?

Brian Dunnicliffe
Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments

Details |
Mar 26
Los Angeles CA
Building a Bridge to STEAM: Collaboration for Student Success
|

All education stakeholders are now called upon, through collaborative efforts, to ensure our students have the academic and experiential preparation necessary to pursue a pathway that leads them to college and career success. High-quality, robust and equitable STEAM education has never been more impactful on our students’ future. Join educators committed to leading this charge.

A networking breakfast and lunch are included.

Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:
Joan Palevsky Center for the Future of Los Angeles
281 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 100
Los Angeles, California 90012

PROGRAM

“STEM4: The power of collaboration for change”

This unique joint project presents guidelines for advancing state, district and community action.

Vince O’Connell
Director of School Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Keynote Address: “Emergent Trends in STEAM to Guide the Way”

Alfred Hall will share a brief overview of the influential shifts in science education that launched a national conversation on STEAM education. Critical to the success of this initiative are the types of STEAM competencies and skills we must ensure each child develops in order to become college-ready and an active participant in the ever-changing workforce and marketplace. A model-integrated STEAM program/school in Memphis, Tennessee, will be shared to provide insight as to how learning can be enhanced when pre-K through higher education schools and business/community partners align their efforts for the growth and development of their students.

Alfred Hall, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, College of Education
The University of Memphis


“Improving the Success of Underserved Students in STEM”

The PATHways to STEM (PATHS) program aims to empower students from underserved communities and backgrounds to emerge as leaders that not only survive but thrive during the undergraduate experience in STEM.

Gentry Patrick, Ph.D.
Program Director, PATHways to STEM (PATHS)
University of California at San Diego


Panel Session: “Engaging Students Where the Disciplines Converge”

Our world stands to benefit from education models that produce STEAM-literate students who demand the integration of knowledge to master complex problems. Experts will lead a discussion on the challenges and opportunities in building STEAM education systems to support the teaching and learning needed to prepare today’s students for their future.

Moderator:
Alfred Hall, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, College of Education
The University of Memphis

Panelists:
Joanie Funderburk
President
Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Cheryl Hibbeln
Executive Director, School Innovation and Integrated Youth Services
San Diego Unified School District

Gentry Patrick, Ph.D.
Program Director, PATHways to STEM (PATHS)
University of California San Diego


“Issues, Initiatives and Solutions”

  • Now that remedial math courses have been pulled out of the CSU system — increasing pressure on high schools to close this gap — what next?
  • With funding available to support low-performing students in California, what practices and resources are available to address these learning needs?

Brian Dunnicliffe
Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments