On May 13th, 2009, Wharton Computing sponsored the inaugural Evolution of Learning Symposium. I’m proud to have served on the planning committee for this successful event that featured a keynote by Daniel Pink and a panel discussion by some great educators:
- Chris Lehmann, founding principal of Philadelphia’s Science Leadership Academy
- Doug Lynch, Vice Dean of Penn’s Graduate School of Education
- Karl T. Ulrich, professor of Entrepreneurship and e-Commerce at the Wharton School
It was pretty amazing to sit in a room and listen to these brains hash out some of the issues facing higher ed (and by extension, K-12) right now. A complete recap, including speaker videos, photos, and a copy of the obligatory live Tweets* are available here.
*For the record, still not a fan of the live Tweeting.