Building the Education of the Future Together
October 12, 13, and 14, 2023
Regional Learning Alliance, 850 Cranberry Woods Dr, Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
- Individuals can attend the event at NO COST thanks to the project being part of the SWPA New Economy Collaborative funded by a Build Back Better Regional Challenge grant.
* Cancellation or Withdrawal - Send your written request by email to [email protected]. Anyone who is registered, but cannot attend, may send a substitute.
- Thursday, October 12, 2023: lunch provided
- Friday, October 13, 2023: breakfast and lunch provided
- Saturday, October 14, 2023: breakfast and lunch provided
For those attendees coming from a greater distance, we suggest the DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry, located on 910 Sheraton Drive, Mars, PA 16046. (724) 776-6900 *Note that the cost is not covered by the conference.
Who should attend?
Higher-Education Faculty who are interested in learning more about leading edge technology and how these technologies are being used in business and industry. You’ll also get an opportunity to hear about K-12 approaches to preparing students to use and think about these technology options! Let’s have some conversations about guiding the use of technology in the future and the ethics involved as well.
Business, Industry, Non-Profits and Think-Tanks interested in using leading edge technology, or would like to learn more about how leading edge technologies are being used. Please share with us how are you using leading edge technologies in your work. Are you using AI in your manufacturing? How about in your marketing? And your sales team? Help educators see the kinds of skills you’d like your upcoming new hires to be ready to use. Want to know more about what’s happening in K-12 and higher ed? There will be plenty to learn here! Let’s have some conversations about guiding the use of technology in the future and the ethics involved as well.
Those involved in K-12 education who would like to learn more about the leading-edge technologies your students will see when they graduate. If you are integrating technology and STEAM/future-ready skills into your K-12 classroom, please consider sharing your expertise with us! Likewise, you’ll have a chance to hear from university professors about their approaches to leading edge technologies in their classrooms. Let’s have some conversations about guiding the use of technology in the future and the ethics involved as well.