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How Active Learning Environments Help Students Engage in Content

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Sep 29, 2021 01:30 PM

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Mark Hess
Principal @Mary Helen Guest Elementary
Mark Hess is currently the principal at Mary Helen Guest Elementary. Hess has served in a variety of roles since he was hired by the district in 1993, including executive director of instruction, technology, and assessment, director of technology and data analysis, middle school principal, assistant principal, middle school teacher, and elementary teacher. Hess is passionate about student learning and engagement through instructional innovation, and remains steadfast in the belief that all children can be successful.
Chad Lewis
Director of Technology @Tampa Preparatory School
Chad Lewis has been the Director of Technology at Tampa Preparatory School in Tampa, Florida since August 2010. He oversees all facets of technology at the school, from network infrastructure and security to educational technology and training. Lewis was also responsible for the school’s 1:1 iPad initiative; he designed and supervised the implementation of Tampa Prep’s Active Learning Environment (ALEs) classroom design; and he created the IDEA (Innovate, Design, Explore, Apply) Lab, which was one of the first secondary VR creation labs in the nation. In 2016, Lewis won the Tampa Bay Business Journal's Nonprofit CIO of the Year Award and the Tampa Bay Technology Forum’s Industry Achievement Award for Technologist of the Year.
Remi Del Mar
Sr Product Manager @Epson America Inc.
Remi Del Mar has 10+ years of experience in the realm of global product marketing across hardware, software, mobile, and the internet of things. Remi spearheads Epson’s vision of merging virtual and physical environments through projection and augmented reality technology sectors and works to define new applications. She continues to educate end-users on the endless capabilities of creating immersive experiences and promoting the ability to break perceptions of what is and into what can be.