1EdTech Learning Impact Conference Sessions
We are proud to be not only a 1EdTech-certified provider but also a platinum sponsor for this year’s 1EdTech Learning Impact Conference. At Learning Impact, we will be exhibiting and providing the following sessions:
Exploring the Impact of Generative AI on Higher Education
- Monday, June 5th from 9 AM to 12 PM PT
- Heather Carle, Senior Product Manager, Territorium
Territorium Senior Product Manager Heather Carle will join a panel of academic and institutional technology leaders, and digital learning officers for a working, hands-on session for participants. To explore the impact of generative AI on higher ed, and how it can be used by educators to create content, assessments, and evaluations that are engaging and effective for students.
The CLR and the Registrar: Planning for a Successful and Sustainable Implementation
- Tuesday, June 6 from 9:30 AM to 10 AM PT
- Keith Look, Ed.D., VP Education Solutions, Territorium, Keisha Campbell, Registrar at Morgan State University
It is the duty of the registrar to control the throttle with any innovation that impacts the focus on learning outcomes, learning experiences, and achievements awarded. In this session, you will learn from a registrar looking to push the CLR envelope in service to learners, faculty, campus, and future employers while simultaneously maintaining safeguards for all stakeholders.
Territorium’s LifeJourney: Verified Skills, Lifelong Learning, & Career Connections
- Tuesday, June 6 from 10:40 AM to 10:55 AM PT
- Joe Green, Vice President, Product Strategy, Territorium
In this insightful session, we delve into the transformative capabilities of LifeJourney, a cutting-edge AI-based toolkit designed to bridge the gap between education and the workforce. Discover how personalized assessments and a comprehensive learner record (CLR) empower individuals to navigate their learning journey effectively. Explore CareerBit technology, which matches individuals with their best-fit jobs, revolutionizing the career search. Gain valuable insights on how LifeJourney is reshaping the future of education and career development, fostering lifelong learning, and curating seamless transitions in the dynamic world of work.
Building Skills for Life: Young People’s Project Math Literacy Workers
- Tuesday, June 6th from 11:20 AM to 12:00 PM PT
- Keith Look, Ed.D., VP Education Solutions, Territorium, Cliff Freeman, Director of Stem Programs at YPP, and Maisha Moses, Executive Director at YPP
YPP trains high school and college students from communities struggling with systemic inequality as math literacy workers (MLWs) who facilitate interactive math games and activities for small groups of middle school students. Young People’s Project (YPP) will discuss how it is using Territorium’s comprehensive learner record (CLR) to track students’ competencies in math to support academic and social development.