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Friday, March 19 • 8:00am - 10:00am
Plug Social Justice into Educational Technology

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How can we keep a critical lens on the way that educational technology impacts social justice? In this interactive workshop, we will design collaborative solutions for the challenges educational technology raises for social justice. We will create a community that welcomes all, honors where you are, and helps move everyone toward more equitable and inclusive learning spaces, practices, and philosophies. Bring your true, authentic self, your questions, and your experiences. Experience design thinking, small group sharing, and strategies for making change.

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Liz Owens Boltz

Assistant Professor/Co-Director, Michigan State University
As Co-Director of the Master of Arts in Educational technology program at Michigan State, Liz is dedicated to supporting students and the diverse goals, needs, and backgrounds they bring to MAET. Liz is a graduate of Michigan State University’s Educational Psychology & Educational... Read More →
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Brittany Dillman

Director of Graduate Certificate Programs for MAET at MSU, MAET Program at Michigan State University
Brittany is the Director of Graduate Certificate Programs for the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) Program at Michigan State University. She is curious about teachers’ lesson planning practices and their preparation for lessons influences students’ classroom experiences... Read More →
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Candace Robertson

Assistant Director of Student Experience and Outreach, MAET Program, Michigan State University
Candace Robertson is the Assistant Director of Student Experience and Outreach for the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) at Michigan State University. Her work revolves around supporting educators in creating meaningful and innovative experiences for learners. Candace... Read More →

Friday March 19, 2021 8:00am - 10:00am EDT
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