It’s back to school for this alumni-only event presented by HBSCNY’s Community Partners!
There is tremendous excitement about the potential of technology to transform the way students learn and thrive. Early efforts have largely been focused on making the teaching process more efficient and convenient, but to truly fulfill the promise of EdTech, entrepreneurs must embrace more radical change.
Professor Kim will discuss three critical transformations that need to take place — first, integrating voluminous data from a broad variety of platforms such as social media, the cloud, school, and mobile platforms to truly personalize learning; second, unbundling the myriad roles of the teacher and leveraging technology in new ways to deliver a truly adaptive learning experience; and third, establishing new dimensions of performance needed for the 21st century.
Then it’s back to the HBS classroom as Professor Kim leads a case study discussion on code.org. How can code.org‘s management achieve its mission to reach more than 13,000 K-12 U.S. school districts with an introduction to computer programming?
Following the program, join Professor Kim and fellow alumni for a networking reception and learn about Community Partners, an HBSCNY program that provides nonprofit organizations with pro bono consulting advice from alumni volunteers. You’ll hear about Community Partners’ Skills Gap Initiative, New Venture Competition, other projects, and how you can become involved.
The code.org case will be emailed in advance to registrants.
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
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Senior Lecturer of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
John J-H Kim is a Senior Lecturer in the General Management unit of the Harvard Business School. Mr. Kim created and teaches the second-year course Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovations in Education, which explores ways in which entrepreneurs are pursuing the use of technology to transform education and achieve higher performance. He also co-teaches the Social Innovation Lab, a project-based course providing student teams an opportunity to build a social enterprise with the discipline of business tools and entrepreneurial techniques. Previously, he taught Entrepreneurship and Education Reform.
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