San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join parents, educators, students, administrators and business professionals for the Point in Common Community Speaker Series.
Date: Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Sentry Theater
Topic: Preparing students for life in the digital age: How schools, parents and communities can use technology for learning
Speaker: Kevin Honeycutt, Teacher/Author
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About the Speaker:
Kevin Honeycutt specializes in 21st century learning tools and engagement strategies. His dedication to students, coupled with his energetic delivery, creativity and sense of humor, make this a session not to be missed! Since 2003 he has worked as a Technology Integration Specialist at ESSDACK, an educational service center based in Hutchinson, Kansas, and is currently serving in his second term as a school board member in the town of Inman Kansas.
Kevin travels the country and the world speaking at conferences and working with educators at the grassroots level and likes to promote a “tradigital” approach to education while sharing his thinking and learning on his blog, Tradigital Learning, and in his podcast, Driving Questions in Education. His message is that technology can be used to empower and provide opportunities for students to thrive and grow. Parents, educators and leaders have been inspired by his powerful stories of helping students using technology in an underfunded rural school district.
Everyone experiences adversity in life. We all get knocked down, set back, and beaten up at some point. It's what we do in those difficult moments that defines who we are. Kevin Honeycutt experienced hardship at a much younger age than most, but those difficult times helped shape his belief that the best way out of darkness is to make your own light. Midnight Run is the story of Kevin's journey out of the darkness.
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Point in Common
The mission of Point in Common is to advance ideas that stimulate and motivate actions, create excitement, and raise public investment, all to improve education in the community.
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