Education Technology Collaborative 2017
The 5th Annual Education Technology Collaborative was held Wednesday, October 11th through Friday, October 13th in San Francisco, California. Innovative leaders focused on improving access to high-quality literacy instruction for all students were invited to collaborate around solutions for some of the most pressing problems in global education systems. The event featured information about economic opportunities for students, teacher and student online habits, and a rapid prototyping workshop led by Tom Chi.
EdTech Startup Collaborative 2016
The 4th Annual Education Technology Collaborative was held on August 3rd, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Attendees were able to partake in food, fun, and practical design thinking to help their team engage in rapid prototyping at every level of their organization. The day featured a celebration of teaching and learning, with collaboration among educators fostered through hands-on discovery.
Personalized Learning Summit 2015
EdTech Collaborative’s 3rd Annual Personalized Learning Summit was held on July 23rd, 2015 at Tribeca Flashpoint Academy in Chicago. Serving as a bridge between the education world and the startup world, educators and entrepreneurs were able to collaborate on creating truly powerful products for schools nationwide. Attendees were able to learn about engaging high achievers, transforming the computer science learning experience, and fostering student-driven personalized learning among fifty other topics.
EdTech Startup Collaborative 2014
The 2nd Annual EdTech Collaborative was held on August 14, 2014 at the Bridgeport Art Center. Over 800 attendees and nearly 40 EdTech companies from all over the country were able to get together and discuss their programs and ideas. Additionally, all attendees had the opportunity to participate in panel discussions and view product demonstrations based on their interests.
EdTech Startup Collaborative 2013
Our flagship User Conference was held on July 11, 2013 at Harold Washington Library and attracted over 20 of the nation’s top startups to present a “no-sales-pitch” demonstration to over 450 teachers and administrators in Chicago.