Northern Kentucky University will host the Research and Innovation Symposium for Education (RISE) on Aug. 4 on the NKU campus in Highland Heights. The event allows educators, including teachers and school and district leaders, to collaborate with researchers and innovators on the future of education and learning.
The conference will feature two main tracks:
- “Digital Conversion” will focus on the move to a 1-to-1 ratio of computers or devices for schools, implications for instruction and design, opportunities and the student perspective.
- “Beyond Assessment” will focus on research about creating personalized learning and will feature researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania.
Visit NKU’s website for more information and a link to registration.