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A panel of educators discuss the difficulties in running a blended classroom, making in-person connections, and getting over "old thinking" about technology.
Congresswoman Anna Eshoo describes the TEALS, Technology Education And Literacy in Schools, program to educate students with computers and raise technology literacy.
Knewton's Sara Ittelson, Adobe's Tracy Trowbridge, and Deep Sran, co-founder of Actively Learn, discuss why teachers and technology work together, not apart.
Idit Harel, Founder and CEO of Globaloria, argues for teaching coding and technology skills like reading and writing.
John Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, describes the "all hands on deck" approach to creating the next generation's Nobel Prize winners and tech workforce.
A panel of educational technology experts discuss how to invest in and adopt technology like video games and netbooks effectively in classrooms.