In 2020 over 1,000 educators joined us online to learn and share how to teach during the pandemic. Now we’re heading back into the classroom and the world has changed. What is the “new normal” for Lean Education? Will using video to “get out of the building” still play a role? What roles do diversity, equity and inclusion play in future syllabi?
Join me, our guest speaker Dr. Laura Tyson, our panelists Brandy Nagel, Ivy Shultz, Michael Camp and Jim Hornthal and hosts Jerry Engel, Pete Newell, Steve Weinstein and your peers for a robust discussion to these questions at the 4th edition of Lean Innovation Educators Summit on June 3rd, 1 – 4pm EDT, 10am – 1pm PDT.
The Pandemic has changed everything. After a year plus in the virtual teaching environment how much will stick and what will return to pre-pandemic norms? How much of our virtual “getting out of the classroom” teaching methods will remain? The business landscape crippled some industries while others have exploded. Which ones will rebound? The funding environment for our students continues to be on fire. Will that continue? How will the push for diversity, equity and inclusion affect educators?
The event will begin with a fireside chat with Dr. Laura Tyson former Dean of the Berkeley Haas School of Business and former Chairman of the National Economic Council. The respondent panel will include, Brandy Nagel (Georgia Tech), and Ivy Shultz (Columbia University), Michael Camp (Ohio State), Jim Hornthal (UC Berkeley). To learn from each other and share ideas, we’ll then go into breakout sessions so you can discuss the topics from the fireside chat and share best practices with your peer Lean educators from around the world.
This session is free to all but limited to Innovation educators. You can register for the event here and/or learn more on our website. We look forward to gathering as a community of educators to shape the future of Lean Innovation Education.
See you on June 3rd 1pm – 4pm EDT, 10am-1pm PDT.
Bring your best ideas!