Q&A - Modern Learning
With Ian Jukes and Nicky Mohan
Please be our VIP guest and join in our Q&A with two of the world's leading futurist educators.
Wednesday, Aug. 17th, 3:30-4:30pm
Sackville Street Public School, Ingleburn, New South Wales, Australia
To date he has written or co-written more than a dozen books, 9 educational series and 100 articles that have been published in various journals around the world.
First and foremost, Ian is a passionate educational evangelist. From the beginning, Ian’s focus has been on the compelling need to restructure our educational institutions so that they become relevant to the current and future needs of the digital generation – and to prepare them for their future and not just our past.
Nicky is the co-founder and Managing Partner of InfoSavvy 21, an international educational consulting firm.
She has been a classroom teacher, a school and university administrator, instructional designer, business sector manager and trainer and an international speaker. At the University of Waikato, New Zealand, she designed and delivered courses and workshops based on research of best practices in teaching and learning.
During the last 10 years, she has made hundreds of presentations in more than a dozen countries. Sharing her time between Canada and New Zealand, Nicky worked as the Director of Curriculum for the 21st Century Fluency Group. She lead a team of international writers in designing lesson plans that embedded the 21st Century Fluency skills to develop real world just-in-time teaching and learning experiences that were relevant to both teachers and students. Nicky is currently the Director of The InfoSavvy Group,an international educational consulting firm.
Nicky wants to make a difference where it matters most – and that starts with Education. Her mission is to help teachers in different settings and working conditions look beyond their surface differences, to discover what they have in common: a restless drive to improve learning for all students. She wants our conversations as educators to shift from “why that won’t work here,” to “learn, adapt, share and grow together.”