Did you know more than 80 percent of the sessions at SXSWedu are fueled by its PanelPicker, meaning that the community has a large say in the programming of the event? This concept has proven to be extremely popular and beneficial for garnering the most compelling exhibitions at SXSW.
Starting today, you have the chance to submit your vote for your favorite education PanelPicker proposal. The public vote accounts for 30 percent of the overall weight of the chosen submissions. With more than 42 countries represented at the conference, and many of the presentations tackling hot topics in education, the sessions are guaranteed to cover a vast range of subjects and perspectives. There’s bound to be something for everyone! To get your search started, we’ve sifted through the submissions and created a list of those you should keep your eye on:
Creating a Trusted Learning Environment
Digital Equity Beyond the Classroom
Edu-gaming: money, morals and games in classrooms
Kids Coding The Curriculum
Linking Dropout Rates to Economic Recovery
LMS: Extreme Makeover
Silent Standards Powering an Ed-Tech Ecosystem
Social Robotics: Future of Autism Intervention
Think Outside the Book
Wired and Weird: Skills for Ed Tech Leaders
Why Your Learning Game Will Probably Suck
The voting for selecting this year’s PanelPicker ends Friday, September 4th.