1. "Transforming Education: 'Bytes' vs. 'Prix Fixe'?" SXSWEdu 2016 PanelPicker Submission

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    Which do you prefer: Tapas or Master Chef Menu Prix Fixe? In the classroom, do you mix and match bite-size resources to keep students engaged, or adhere to a cohesive curriculum of proven efficacy? As edtech providers aggregate huge libraries of snackable content, teachers have unprecedented flexibility to design a custom learning experience for each student. But does breaking an education down into chunks allow learners to build a foundation of essential knowledge and master complex skills? Add your voice to the debate on personalization and the transformation of teaching and learning.

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    • Et4e15 - Keynote 3| Frank Catalano, Intrinsic Strategy

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      EdTech for Export Conference 2015 | 18 July 2015 | Te Papa | Wellington, New Zealand Keynote 3 | CHALLENGE: Where EdTech is heading Frank Catalano - Principal, Intrinsic Strategy Edtech trends to watch – and fads to avoid It’s dizzying to keep track of developments that affect education technology companies. From Open Educational Resources and student privacy issues to iPads and Chromebooks, which are long-term trends — and which are unsupportable fads? Long-time industry consultant, analyst, and tech observer Frank Catalano highlights key trends that merit your attention, and hyped fads your business may do well to ignore, in the US and beyond.

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      • Et4e15 - Panel 3 | Neale Pitches,South Pacific Press

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        EdTech for Export Conference 2015 | 18 July 2015 | Te Papa | Wellington, New Zealand Panel 3 | Empowering Schools, Teachers and Students through Technology15:45 - 16:30 Facilitator: Derek Wenmoth Advances in technology and communication, combined with the explosive growth in data and information, have given rise to more empowered teachers and students. By 2020, 80% of the global population will have access to mobile phones and more than 60% to smartphones or low-cost tablet computers. Schools, teachers and students are looking for teaching and planning products that improve efficiency, assess, engage, interact, adapt and most importantly help deliver quality learning. The panel discusses what this means for edtech companies looking to sell to the K-Year 12/13 school markets. Panelists: Steven Renata (NZ) - Founder, KIWA® Digital Paul Organ (NZ) - Co-Founder, Boardingware Neale Pitches (NZ) - Executive Chairman,South Pacific Press

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        • Et4e15 - Panel 3 | Panel Q&A

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          EdTech for Export Conference 2015 | 18 July 2015 | Te Papa | Wellington, New Zealand Panel 3 | Empowering Schools, Teachers and Students through Technology15:45 - 16:30 Facilitator: Derek Wenmoth Advances in technology and communication, combined with the explosive growth in data and information, have given rise to more empowered teachers and students. By 2020, 80% of the global population will have access to mobile phones and more than 60% to smartphones or low-cost tablet computers. Schools, teachers and students are looking for teaching and planning products that improve efficiency, assess, engage, interact, adapt and most importantly help deliver quality learning. The panel discusses what this means for edtech companies looking to sell to the K-Year 12/13 school markets. Panelists: Steven Renata (NZ) - Founder, KIWA® Digital Paul Organ (NZ) - Co-Founder, Boardingware Neale Pitches (NZ) - Executive Chairman,South Pacific Press

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          • Et4e15 - Panel 3 | Steven Renata, KIWA® Digital

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            EdTech for Export Conference 2015 | 18 July 2015 | Te Papa | Wellington, New Zealand Panel 3 | Empowering Schools, Teachers and Students through Technology15:45 - 16:30 Facilitator: Derek Wenmoth Advances in technology and communication, combined with the explosive growth in data and information, have given rise to more empowered teachers and students. By 2020, 80% of the global population will have access to mobile phones and more than 60% to smartphones or low-cost tablet computers. Schools, teachers and students are looking for teaching and planning products that improve efficiency, assess, engage, interact, adapt and most importantly help deliver quality learning. The panel discusses what this means for edtech companies looking to sell to the K-Year 12/13 school markets. Panelists: Steven Renata (NZ) - Founder, KIWA® Digital Paul Organ (NZ) - Co-Founder, Boardingware Neale Pitches (NZ) - Executive Chairman,South Pacific Press

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            • Thinking Not Boredom: Inspire Nonfiction Readers

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              This is the video entry for our #SXSWedu proposal. Thinking Not Boredom: Inspire Nonfiction Readers with Chris Lehman and Sara Ahmed.

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              • LearnBop SXSWedu PanelPicker Proposal

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                This PanelPicker session features actionable advice from top K-12 school and industry leaders on how to make edtech purchasing predictable and mutually beneficial for districts and entrepreneurs.

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                • Et4e15 - Panel 2 | Panel Q&A

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                  EdTech for Export Conference 2015 | 18 July 2015 | Te Papa | Wellington, New Zealand Panel 2 | The Road to Export Markets Facilitator: David Glover Exporting is a journey that can help your business grow and prosper. It can also improve your competitiveness by exposing you and your staff to new ideas and demands from overseas customers. The main keys to successful exporting are commitment and planning – hear about the many routes to successful export from companies active in a variety of markets. Panelists: Allison Baum (HK) - Managing Director, Fresco Capital Andy Cooper (NZ) - Software Education Chris Wright (NZ) - Head of Business Development, ADInstruments & KuraCloud Siah Hwee Ang (NZ) - Professor, Victoria University of Wellington

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                  • Et4e15 - Panel 2 | Siah Hwee Ang, Professor, Victoria University of Wellington

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                    EdTech for Export Conference 2015 | 18 July 2015 | Te Papa | Wellington, New Zealand Panel 2 | The Road to Export Markets14:45 - 15:30 Facilitator: David Glover Exporting is a journey that can help your business grow and prosper. It can also improve your competitiveness by exposing you and your staff to new ideas and demands from overseas customers. The main keys to successful exporting are commitment and planning – hear about the many routes to successful export from companies active in a variety of markets. Panelists: Allison Baum (HK) Managing Director, Fresco Capital Andy Cooper (NZ) Software Education Chris Wright (NZ) Head of Business Development, ADInstruments & KuraCloud Siah Hwee Ang (NZ) Professor, Victoria University of Wellington

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