the Gilfus Education Group, a prominent education consulting firm based in Washington, DC, is inviting education decision makers and thought leaders to assist in conducting research on new advances in K12 Online Learning Technology. Ideal research participants are superintendents, school and district administrators, principals, faculty members, CIOs and instructional designers from innovative institutions dedicated to student success and instructional accountability. Two strategic research sessions will be held in Philadelphia June 26th – 29th adjacent to the ISTE conference, formerly NECC. Participants will be asked to review, evaluate and provide collaborative feedback on new advances in K12 Online Learning Technology. Each participant will receive a stipend of $500.00 for participating in a research session.
Event: Thinking Strategically about Online Learning
Date: June 26th – 29th
Location: Philadelphia Marriott – Walking distance from the ISTE Conference
Sessions: Two 4 hour research sessions will be available for participation.
Research Concepts include:
Participants will be among the first to witness a demonstration of new learning technologies that deliver instruction in both online and blended formats.
To apply for consideration as a research candidate, please visit K12 Research Sign-Up
About the Gilfus Education Group
“Thinking Strategically about K12 Online Learning” is a series of strategic research sessions sponsored by the Gilfus Education Group. Based in Washington, DC, the Gilfus Education Group’s mission is to support new advances in technology in support of Education Innovation. Since 1997, the Gilfus Education Group team has served thousands of universities, colleges, schools, academic content providers, and education and technology companies in meeting their mission‐critical planning and technology needs. The group consists of individuals of the highest caliber talent and experience in educational research, strategy, planning, and technical implementation services representing capabilities for meeting organizational objectives and compliance, evaluating education quality and outcomes, and supporting technical integration, infrastructure, and delivery.