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  Digital Differentiation: The Future of Education

 
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How will technology support differentiation in classrooms of the future?

Developing a transformative educational experience that drives academic achievement requires districts to shift their focus onto the student as an individual. Many administrators believe each student needs the opportunity to be surrounded by a differentiated learning environment tailored to the specific needs, desires, and learning style of that student. Watch this previously recorded webinar to hear how new technology and student learning preferences are driving the future of education.

During this webinar, you will learn

  • Why student uniqueness is continuing to expedite the need for differentiated instruction in the classroom
  • How innovative technology can be a solution to today’s academic achievement challenges

  • What is eSpark’s approach to student-centric personalization on the iPad as discussed in the recently published Sparking the Future of Education white paper

Presenters
Alice Locatelli

Alice Locatelli

Director of Product

Alice leads product vision and development at eSpark Learning. Prior to joining eSpark, Alice’s career focused on using data-driven technology to produce outcomes across a variety of industry sectors. Alice obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Emory University, a Master of Art in Education at Stanford University, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

David Vinca

David Vinca

Founder & CEO

David has a passion for partnering with innovative district and charter leaders to leverage iPads and the vast ecosystem of educational apps to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), personalize learning, engage students, and raise student achievement. Before eSpark, David spent four years teaching using computer simulations and spent four years as a management consultant for ZS Associates. David has a BS from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from the University of Chicago, where he studied social entrepreneurship.