Video: Education 2.0 for Americans 2.0 Panel Discussion – Technonomy Detroit

It was my pleasure to serve on the Technology Detroit Panel, “Education 2.0 for Americans 2.0.”  The theme was centered around how the nature and the form of traditional curricula may remain a foundational building block, but many students will require a more tech-centric, skills-focused program. Coding could become as important as math. But we can’t lose sight of the bigger picture; liberal arts will remain indispensable, as will job-focused skill set acquisition. Luckily, educational innovation is rampant, so there are a plethora of new tools to better prepare workers for the 21st century.

 

Marlin Page is a Globetrotting Speaker and Founder of Sisters Code – empowering women and girls in STEM and Life. As Chief Technology Mommy, Marlin shares and exposes online safety stories, tips, and technology information to keep parents informed and children safe on the Internet.  Marlin also serves as a speaker for Microsoft’s Global DigiGirlz Program and Camp and Technology Strategist for a variety of corporations and organizations.

 

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One Response to Video: Education 2.0 for Americans 2.0 Panel Discussion – Technonomy Detroit

  1. Carole McNeal-Otis says:

    Thank you Marlin Paige for the hard work that you do everyday. Informing, enhancing, motivating, empowering and making our young girls in the Detroit community aware of their safety. Through Technology S.T.E.M. and online safety young girls and their parents can now began to breathe a sigh of relief. Again thank you for your hard work, dedication, concern and outreach!!

    Carole McNeal-Otis

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