In this episode, Courtney Librizzi from the Kognity team joins to discuss the power of technology in pedagogy plus opportunities for becoming a part of a global community of educators. You’ll also hear all about The Engage Conference by Kognity and its mission to improve learning and innovation in the classroom using EdTech.
Today’s episode is titled “How to Become Part of a Global Community of Educators” and it was so much fun chatting with Courtney from the Kognity team. We talked about the power of technology related to pedagogy and discussed the benefits of being part of a global community, and attending a virtual conference, too. I connected with Courtney and the team at Kognity over a year ago now so it was great to chat with her about these big ideas and hear some new stories related to global collaborations.
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Global Community Tips
- First, examine how technology and pedagogy come together in your work.
- Next, reflect on your role as a collaborator.
- Then, search for a global community.
- Finally, attend a virtual conference.
Sponsored by Kognity
This episode is sponsored by Kognity, the all-in-one, curriculum-aligned teaching and learning platform. Kognity is proud to present the latest edition of Engage by Kognity, an annual, virtual conference that will bring together a global educator community, on February 10th. I’ll be speaking at the conference myself. For a limited time, listeners to the Easy EdTech Podcast can get free tickets using the discount code MONICA100. To secure your free tickets, and to find out more about Engage by Kognity, visit engage.kognity.com.
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