Loveland City School District hosting Cincinnati Summit featuring Google for Education
More than 50 Loveland teachers, administrators and staff will be in attendance with nearly 200 educators from across the Midwest for the Cincinnati Summit featuring Google for Education taking place November 17-19 at Loveland High School (LHS). Presented by the EdTech Team and hosted in Loveland for the first time this year, this is the third installment of the Summit in Cincinnati which features pre-conference workshops in Google for Education and two days of empowering hands-on breakout sessions and inspiring keynote speakers.
“Loveland was honored to host this event that is sure to be game-changing for our students,” said Loveland Director of Technology and Innovation David Knapp. “Our educators are investing a weekend in learning and collaboration that focuses on student-centered methods and promotes best practice in the classroom. This is an opportunity to network with experts from across the region to learn new things that positively impact student growth.”
In addition to attending sessions, Loveland teachers will also be presenting. LHS teacher Phil Marchal will be sharing uses of virtual reality in the classroom, and LHS teachers Tonya Nkhata and Jaclyn Jones will explore methods in innovative teaching during in an era of increased standardized testing.
“Our teachers are rock stars – and this is the perfect forum for these education experts to both teach and learn,” said Knapp. “Collaboration is what our business is all about – and we are thrilled to have Loveland help facilitate such an important learning event for the region.”