What’s the classroom of the future of going to look like?

On June 8, we’re going to take a look in our crystal ball and give you some visions of the future. The Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit brings together some leading minds in education. You’ll get a panel of leaders discussing what the classroom of tomorrow might look like. We’ll take a field trip to see how one university is already changing the physical layout of the classroom and using video to alter the way students engage with material. And you’ll even get a glimpse at what some of the education technology coming down the road might look like. 

It’s a similar idea to our previous Connect events, but with a more targeted focus. 

To share the excitement, here’s a backstage look at the filming of our panel. We were lucky to be able to film in the magnificent library of The Players Club, which is housed in the former home of historic actor Edwin Booth. (The paintings and artifacts were amazing!)

setting up to film the Classroom of Tomorrow

Setting up to film the Classroom of Tomorrow panel

Kaltura lecture capture summit

Testing lighting

 

Michal Tsur on the future of the classroom

Close up on Michal Tsur

Talking about the future of education

Mic’ing up our panelists

What's the future of ed tech?

Lights…camera…action!

 
 

Want to see what our panelists had to say? Join us for the Classroom of the Tomorrow Virtual Summit.

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