Register now and join us live and online May 18th for this free, one-hour webinar!

Education has embraced digital transformation over the past several years, with a majority of schools in the U.S. providing a tablet or laptop for every student. Many of us have the tech, but don’t always know how or where it makes sense to use it in the classroom.

Join Andrew Beaton, Principal, and Zach Horn, Technical Operations Analyst, both of Edina Public Schools and Logitech as we discuss simple, school-tested ways to use technology to creatively enhance learning.

In this one-hour panel discussion, our panelists will share:

  • Creative ways to personalize learning in virtual, hybrid and in-person classrooms
  • How to connect students with unique career pathway experiences and virtual internships
  • Expansion of global exchange program possibilities, and
  • Specific school-tested strategies that you can use immediately

Molly Schmidt

Education and Industry Marketing Manager

Molly Schmidt is an education marketing leader with extensive educational technology sales, business development, field and product marketing experience in K-12, HigherEd, Government and Associations. She is passionate about improving student equity in education globally in each and every learning environment.

Andrew Beaton

Edina High School

Andrew (Andy) Beaton is the principal of Edina High School in Edina, Minnesota. His work on engagement and the graduation gap was profiled on Minnesota Public Radio and he has earned multiple awards for innovation in high school programming. His approach to school leadership is focused on high expectations for all students, research-based instruction, and school-wide support where all students can meet their potential. 

Zach Horn

Technical Operations Analyst
Edina Public Schools

Zach Horn is a Technical Operations Analyst for Edina Public Schools with a passion for enhancing learning through technology. At Edina, he oversees installation of software and hardware systems and evaluates new tech each year to meet the districts’ learning goals.