WW Heads to Austin for SXSW

A display at the 2015 SXSWedu Playground. (photo by Danny Matson., courtesy SXSWedu)

A display at the 2015 SXSWedu Playground. (photo by Danny Matson., courtesy SXSWedu)

Continuing to build on the the success of its participation in South by Southwest Education (SXSWedu) in recent years, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation will bring the Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning and its HistoryQuest program to Austin in March.

On Monday, March 6, SXSWedu will host a panel discussion entitled, Think Preparing Teachers is a Game? It Can Be. The session will feature WW Executive Vice President Stephanie J. Hull and MIT experts. It will be facilitated by WW’s Chief Communications and Strategy Officer, Patrick Riccards.

SXSWEdu (March 6-9, Austin, TX) is now known as the place to best understand the intersection of education, technology, innovation, and leadership. From sessions to interactive workshops, learning experiences to relationship development, SXSWEdu is a hotbed of collaboration, creativity, and social change in education.

Also, on March 7, WW Trustee John Katzman will be part of a panel discussion on K-12 Ed Reform in the Post-Obama World.

Follow WW on twitter for updates from the conference.


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