KEYNOTE STUDENT PANEL: Are students being kept as prisoners of their teacher's past?

Your Name and Title:
Lisa Nielsen, Author/Educator

School, Library, or Organization Name:
The Innovative Educator

Co-Presenters Name(s):
We will have about four of the following students presenting on the panel pending schedule availability.

Nikhil Goyal

Allison W

Matthew Resnick

Nicholas Perez

Jabreel M Chisley

Lucia Grigoli

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Area of the World from Which You Will Present:
Dubai, India, Brasil, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Ohio

Language in Which You Will Present:

Target Audience(s):

Short Session Description (one line):
Student panel discusses if teachers are keeping them prisoners of their past.

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):
For today’s youth life outside of school is a fast-paced, connected environment where students have the freedom to learn in the spaces and with the tools they love. Once inside school walls however, in many cases digital devices are banned, collaborating is viewed as cheating, and students are often prohibited from accessing the very sites that are necessary for real-world success. This panel of  tech-savvy young people will provide from a student’s point of view insights around how they view such policies and their effects on their ability to learn.

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Every time you change this presentation (which I know you have to do), it bumps it out of the accepted category.  Just email me to remind me after changes and I'll put back into accepted.

This looks great! 



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