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A.J. Juliani

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Learning in the AI age: Meaningful and relevant practices

A.J. Juliani, the author of Adaptable and founder of Adaptable Learning, is an instructor at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education Penn Literacy Network and former director of learning and innovation for Centennial School District in Pennsylvania. As a curriculum coordinator, tech director, English teacher, football coach, and K-12 instructional coach, Juliani’s work has centered on innovative learning experiences for schools. His previous books include Empower, Launch, and The PBL Playbook.  In his keynote, Juliani will explore using meaningful and relevant practices for teaching and learning in the age of AI and distraction. Merely eliminating distractions will not solve our engagement problem. To teach the whole child, educators need to tap into students’ interests and needs. Discover ways to prepare yourself and your colleagues for the future of teaching and learning with a look at recent research and practical strategies to support a meaningful and relevant focus.

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