WhiteHat Jr. Announces CreatorSpace - Future Creators’ Summit on 24 April
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Business Events | April 20, 2021 | News
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EdTech company WhiteHat Jr has announced a 'CreatorSpace - Future Creators’ Summit', billed as a global event to inspire students, teachers and parents.
CreatorSpace will be hosted virtually on 24 April 2021 and will be open to all.
Dr. Jo Boaler, Nomellini-Olivier Professor of Mathematics Education at the Stanford Graduate School of Education and co-founder of youcubed.org; Donald G. James, Former Associate Administrator for Education at NASA; Leonardo Ortiz, VP of International Partnerships at code.org will lead interactive learning sessions aimed at 6-18 years olds. The event will be hosted by TV anchor Mini Mathur.
The event will provide students with an opportunity to engage directly with global STEM experts and learn firsthand from them across math, coding and space exploration.
The summit will have three learning sessions:
'Developing Mathematical Mindset', a session by Dr. Jo Boaler; 'Space Tech: Breaking the Myths' by Donald G. James; and 'Demystifying AI & Coding with Purpose', a code-along masterclass by Leonardo Ortiz.
The event will also feature an awards ceremony involving students, teachers, parents and schools.
The sessions will be interspersed with live quizzes, challenges, polls and Q&A, according to a press statement.
“CreatorSpace is a manifestation of our intent to inspire and celebrate creativity amongst young learners. We are all humbled to have globally acclaimed experts such as Dr. Jo Boaler, Donald G. James and Leonardo Ortiz join the event," said Karan Bajaj, CEO and Founder, WhiteHat Jr.
"The leaders have generously agreed to spend time for our learners. Rare interactions like these spark a lifelong passion for exploration and experimentation in children. I would highly encourage young learners globally to participate and make the most of this incredible opportunity," said Trupti Mukker, Head of Customer Experience, WhiteHat Jr.
Interactive learning sessions with global STEM experts aimed at 6 to 18 year olds will be hosted alongside an awards ceremony.