Webinar: Transform Learning in Your Classroom with Intel® Skills for Innovation

When: Wednesday, 4 October 2023 at 17:00 CEST
Where: Online

Panellists: Scott Campbell, Delia DeCourcy, Luigi Pessina

The Future Classroom Lab is hosting, in collaboration with Intel and Lenovo, a webinar which will introduce educators to the Intel Skills for Innovation (SFI) programme. Webinar participants will demonstrate how the tools and resources provided within the Intel SFI pack can transform learning.

Titled “Transform Learning in Your Classroom with Intel® Skills for Innovation”, the webinar aims to demonstrate an innovative way of teaching in which technology is used to enhance learning outcomes and to make education more engaging.

Educators will be introduced to the Intel Skills for Innovation Starter Pack Activities and how they can be implemented in practice with students in the classroom.  A sample lesson using ChatGPT will also be featured as part of the event.

The webinar will be joined by representatives from Lenovo who will discuss the need for teacher professional development and how educators can access and utilise a variety of Lenovo professional development courses differentiated to meet various needs.

Finally, educators will have the opportunity to exchange with an experienced educator who has used Intel Skills for Innovation in their classroom and gain an understanding of how that experience has impacted teaching and learning for both them and their students.

If you want to learn more about how you can use technology in your classroom in a way you never thought possible, register for the event below.

 

 

Scott Campbell is the Global Director of Teaching and Learning for Edm8ker and Project Manager for Intel Skills for Innovation.  He has over 26 years of experience in the education field.  This experience includes over 15 years of classroom teaching and school leadership experience as well as over 11 years of experience in the education technology and teacher training and professional development field.  He has trained thousands of educators and leaders across the globe on a variety of educational topics.  Additionally, Scott is an adjunct faculty member of Penn State University where he supervises a cohort of student teachers each semester.

 

Delia DeCourcy is the Lenovo Worldwide Education Portfolio Manager. Prior to joining Lenovo she had a 25-year career in education as a teacher, consultant, and administrator, most recently as the Executive Director of Digital Teaching and Learning for a district in North Carolina. Previously, she was a professional development consultant, a writing instructor at the University of Michigan, a middle and high school English teacher, assistant principal, and non-profit director. She is the co-author of the curriculum text Teaching Romeo & Juliet: A Differentiated Approach published by the National Council for the Teachers of English.

 

Luigi Pessina is the Director of Education Programs and Strategy, as part of Intel’s Global Education Center of Excellence. In his role, Luigi is focused on engaging a cross functional team to drive ICT technology adoption into Education. Luigi is in charge of the global Intel Skills for Innovation program and he drives partnerships across governments, industry, OEMs and organizations to develop national technology programs. Luigi has 20+ years’ experience in executing sales strategies aligned with Go-to-Market programs and initiatives.