2019 Atlantic Education Summit
Tomorrow’s Education Today
JUNE 25 – 27, 2019
Moncton, New Brunswick
WHAT WILL EDUCATION LOOK LIKE IN 2030?
We are in the year 2030 and our government, corporations and civil society have all learned to work closely together to address the important changes that have occurred. Some of these changes include robotics and Artificial Intelligence. Although initially causing significant disruption and loss of employment for a large portion of the workforce, they have reduced the cost of goods and services. In addition, they have allowed humans to once again focus on creation and innovation requiring new skills.
Michael is a successful business consultant whose work focuses on corporate, civic, and community development in Chicago. Actively partnering with key players in the Chicago tech community, he has most recently spearheaded the establishment of the Chicago Apprentice Network, a rapidly growing program helping recent graduates acquire the tech skills they will need for success.
Martin is a bestselling author, multiple award-winning speaker, and proud New-Brunswicker. A man of impact, he has established himself as one of the most sought-after experts of his generation. Martin is a strong believer in educational technology, and he offers online student programs to assist courageous young leaders who want to build a better world.
Karen is an educator, researcher, and leader in the field of education governance and business at Australia’s Deakin University. A top expert in education development and experienced professional speaker, Professor Starr has established strong national and international links and partnerships with governments, professional associations, schools and the education profession.
Dr William Rankin is a learning designer and professional speaker with broad experience in educational technologies and teaching. For more than 20 years, he has worked with schools, governments, and learning organizations throughout the world to design, develop, and implement innovative learning initiatives.
AES 2019 will feature events in professional venues across Moncton, New Brunswick.
The summit’s many events will take place from Tuesday, June 25 to Thursday, June 27, 2019.
“Connected Community is….”
New This Year!
All interested academic and professional researchers and educators are invited to submit abstracts (300 words) to be considered for presentation and possible publication at the Annual Atlantic Education Summit being held in Moncton, New Brunswick, June 25 – 27, 2019. This bilingual summit is a celebration of innovations in educational technology and effective teaching/learning strategies and is open to researchers, educators, students, parents, Department of Education employees, employers, and educational entrepreneurs and administrators from Atlantic Canada and beyond. More specifically, your contribution would be related to the central question of the Summit regarding one of the following topics:
- STEAM Education
- Deep Learning/Global Competencies
- 21st Century School Design
- Healthy Living and Community Engagement
DREAM IT – LIVE IT – TEACH IT
Community Led Sessions
Engage with experts in the areas that matter most to them.