Gary Stager will once again be a featured presenter at the ASB Unplugged Conference in Mumbai where he will lead a full-day pre-conference workshop and two half-day workshops. Full day pre-conference workshop Reinvent Mathematics Education and You Change the World There may be no greater gap between a discipline and the teaching done in its name than when the beauty, power and mystery of mathematics become math instruction. Nary a single pedagogical innovation of the past century has had any impact…Find out more »
Sylvia and Gary will be keynotes at the first national conference on School Innovation “Now! A scuola si può …” in Modena at the Monzani Forum and lead regional workshops in Modena and Bologna.Find out more »
Sylvia Martinez and Gary Stager will present "Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom" followed by Q&A. Audience: 180 education science students (18-21) at the University of Padova.Find out more »
Il Polo Giovani B55 in Contra’ Barche 55 Sylvia Martinez and Gary Stager will deliver a 45-minute presentation in English on "Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom" followed by Q&A.Find out more »
Ca’Foscari University Dorsoduro 3246, Calle Larga Foscari, Venezia Gary Stager and Sylvia Martinez will deliver a 45-minute presentation in English on "Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom" followed by Q&A. Audience: 40/50 university students (18-21).Find out more »
Sylvia Martinez and Gary Stager will speak to high school students and teachers in Pistoia, Italy.Find out more »
Gary Stager is returning to Australia to once again keynote the FutureSchools Conference in his adopted second hometown of Melbourne in March 2018.
He will be leading a masterclass, keynote address, and a presentation on the Expo floor.
Gary Stager will be leading a two-hour learning lab at the ASCD Annual Conference in Boston on March 25, 2018. What If We Were Serious About Computer Science For All? National and international calls to teach computer science to every child K-12 are laudable and in serious danger of being the most spectacular failure in the history of overhyped, and ultimately failed, educational innovations. Such an eventuality should be avoided since learning to program is a critical aspect of agency…Find out more »