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Jaime Casap      

Former Chief Education Evangelist at Google

Jaime Casap served as the Chief Education Evangelist at Google for more than 14 years and was the second member of the Google for Education team. In that time, Jaime launched Google’s GSuite tools into higher education and K12. He also launched Chromebooks into education and was the creator of the Google for Education Transformation Framework, a holistic approach to education transformation.

Now Jaime is partnering and collaborating with higher education institutions, school systems, and businesses around the world, helping them build transformational policies and practices to elevate education and bring equity, diversity, and inclusion into their policies and practices.

Jaime serves as an advisor to dozens of organizations focused on learning, skill development, and the future of work. He is the coauthor of “Our First Talk About Poverty” as a way to talk to children about poverty. He is currently working on his next book, which will focus on his journey from the ghetto to Google, and what it takes to be successful. He speaks on education, digitalization, diversity and inclusion, generation z, and the future of work at events around the world.

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The Problem Solving Generation

We are preparing students to solve local and global problems we haven’t defined yet, using technology that hasn’t been invented, in roles that do not exist. To thrive in this new era, students need to know how to learn, problem solve, iterate, create, collaborate, communicate, and to think critically. We'll discuss what we need to focus on to bring education to the next level.

WORKSHOP: Principles of Inquiry Based Learning

For schools to truly be successful, they must first create a school culture that values the naturally inquisitive nature of their students. Schools need a framework and curriculum that allows students to explore what is relevant to them, all the while mastering the skills needed to thrive in academic environments and beyond. In an Inquiry School, no student ever asks, "why do we need to learn this?" because they set their own path towards acquiring knowledge. In this session we will review the principles of inquiry-based learning and discuss strategies and actions to bring it to live in your classroom. We will start with the most essential question, "why does our learning matter?"

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