Recommended Event: TEDxNYED: Empowering Innovation in Education

by NYC Firm Schools on March 5, 2011

TEDxNYED is an all-day conference that is being streamed live from The New York Academy of Sciences today, March 5, 2011. The NYC based conference focuses on empowering innovation in education. You may watch and participate here.

TEDxNYED Organizers include:

  • Karen Blumberg, Co-Curator
    The School at Columbia University
  • Basil Kolani, Co-Curator
    The Dwight School
  • Dan Agins
    Pawcatuck Middle School
  • Sean Freese
    Lawrence Woodmere Academy
  • Kiersten Jennings Chou
    Independent Curriculum Consultant
  • Tamara McKenna
    The Elisabeth Morrow School
  • Erin Mumford
    Nightingale-Bamford School
  • Jeff Weitz
    Horace Mann School

More about TEDxNYED:

TEDxNYED is operating under license from TED, organizers of the immensely popular TED Conference, an annual event where some of the world’s leading thinkers and doers are invited to share what they are most passionate about. In the spirit of “ideas worth spreading,” TED has created TEDx, a program of local, organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.

TEDxNYED is independently organized by New York educators. At TEDxNYED, live speakers and TED Talk videos combine to spark deep discussion and connections. TEDxNYED presenters are invited to share their insights and inspire conversations about the future of education. Attendees of the conference participate via networking sessions where they educate one another and, in the spirit of TED, help spread these ideas.

Here is the schedule of impressive speakers (you can find their bios on the site):
10:00am – Session 1

Alan November
Homa Tavangar
Lucy Gray
John Ellrodt/Maria Fico

Break

11:40am – Session 2
Kiran Bir Sethi (TED Talk)
Gary Stager
Brian Crosby
Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Dennis Littky

Lunch

2:00pm – Session 3
Diana Laufenberg (TED Talk)
Rinat Aruh
Luyen Chou
Patrick Carman

Break

3:30pm – Session 4
Morley
Stacey Murphy
Samona Tait
Steve Bergen
Will Richardson

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