Get Ready for a Life Changing Experience at the Higher Ed Summit!
By: Chris Coppa, University of Southern California
I first heard about Sir Ken Robinson while reviewing a virtual TED conference held in 2006. I watched his TED Talk, which incidentally is the most viewed talk in the organization’s history, where he questions whether our current industrial education system truly provides the best educational experience for students. It was a unique experience to connect with someone who was thinking the same things I was thinking, but who could articulate the challenges so effectively along with providing vision and insight into what the future holds to meet these challenges head on. If you’ve ever felt that there must be a better way to educate the youth of today and tomorrow, then you’re in for a real treat.
The Salesforce.org Higher Ed Summit from March 30 – April 1, 2016 in New Orleans in partnership with Tulane University will be your chance to experience one of the most engaging, energetic, passionate, and inspiring speakers of our time, Sir Ken Robinson. An internationally recognized authority in creativity and innovation in education and business, Sir Ken Robinson is also a best-selling author, global economic and strategic leader, and one of the world’s most influential voices in education.
Register for the Higher Ed Summit to hear how Sir Ken Robinson’s vision to create highly personalized and deeply engaging educational experiences will transform opportunities for learning and enable all students to obtain the knowledge and skills to face the challenges of the twenty-first century. The use of Salesforce in higher education compliments his vision and could provide the platform to realize the full potential of this innovative and transformative initiative.
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