An important webinar on Social and Ethical Uses of Technology: Digital Equity and Healthy Practices in the use of Ed Techhttp://bridge.educ.msu.edu #MAETBridge
Hosts: Abigail Kuhn, Jeff Pierce, Yalonda Combs, Melissa Bouza
Tuesday, July 15th
The conversation will run live on Tuesday, July 15 from 8PM-9PM Eastern at http://bridge.educ.msu.edu/?p=166
Date: Tuesday, July 15
Time: 8-9 pm Eastern Daylight Time
Where: Watch the embedded livestream at http://bridge.educ.msu.edu/?p=166
What: Watch #MAETBridge
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Please join The Bridge webinar series on Tuesday, July 15 from 8-9 pm Eastern Time. Our speaker are from around the world! So for Hong Kong, starting time is at: 8am Wednesday July 16 in and Melbourne Australia, starting time is at: 10am Wednesday July 16. Our discussion is centered around digital equity and healthy practices in the use of educational technology. This will be a discussion you won’t want to miss, involving a variety of international leaders in the field of social and ethical uses of technology.
Joining us on the The Bridge will be Robyn Treyvaud,a founder of Cyber Safe Kids, a global organization designed to assist educators, parents, and students on what it means to live and world in a digital world. She is recognized internationally for her work in online safety and digital citizenship. We also have Justin Hardman, former director of technology at Hong Kong International School and currently Director at 21CLHK, an educational technology company based in Hong Kong. And finally, Dr. Craig Wilson,Head of School for University of Miami Global Academy and Associate Dean for the Division of Continuing and International Education.
Together with the MAET hosting team of Abby Kuhn, Jeff Pierce, Melissa Bouza, and Yalonda Combs, the conversation will focus on issues of pressing importance regarding digital equity and healthy use of educational technologies. How do educators take advantage of new technologies without exacerbating other issues? Do these new technologies cause more problems than they solve? What can educators do to shrink the digital divide in a world of ever changing technologies? As educators, we need to better understand these practices and we sincerely extend this invitation to you and anyone you feel would benefit from this discussion.