A tech leader’s guide for cultivating lifelong, innovative learners: Practical strategies for students and educators

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To thrive in a rapidly changing world, our students need to become knowledge-able. Put simply, they need to learn how to learn.

Watch this insightful discussion featuring Brad Lands, The Chief Technology Officer at The Langley School and Author of “Knowledge-ABLE.” Dive into Brad’s inspiring journey from experienced educator to technology leader and gain practical insights into the evolving landscape of social media, technology, and educators’ pivotal role in shaping students’ ability to acquire information and skills needed to accomplish anything in life.

Watch this on-demand webinar to discover:

  • Innovative teaching best practices that empower students to ask questions, foster a love of learning, and equip them for the challenges of our tech-fueled world.
  • How technology can be a catalyst for student success, striking a balance between innovation and foundational educational principles.
  • Practical ways to instill a lifelong learning mindset in your students.

Featured Presenter

Bradley Lands is the award-winning author of the book Knowledge-ABLE, owner of UpLearn LLC, and is currently the Chief Technology Officer at The Langley School in McLean, Virginia. With over 15 years of experience in the field of education, Brad has taught in both public and independent schools, as well as in higher education as an adjunct professor. Brad is a Google for Education Certified Innovator, a Google for Education Certified Trainer, an Apple Distinguished Educator, and a National Board Certified Teacher in K-12 Technology Education. Brad graduated from James Madison University with a B.S. and a M.A.T., and graduated from Virginia Tech with an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. His background is in STEM education and he began his career as a sixth-grade math and science teacher. Brad continues to be a passionate leader who strives to provide students with the knowledge and skills they will need to become lifelong learners and creative problem solvers in our global society.