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Educating Our Children for the 21st Century World
                                          Teaching Outside the Box 


Guest Speakers;

Dr. Diana Bourisaw; President of Learning Curve Advisors,

has lead digital development transitions, consulted in several countries and the US on blended and virtual learning

Mary Bevel; Associate Professor; Coordinator, Ed.S Webster University

Sandra Diamond; Program Director for Kids Voting Missouri, also coordinates MY LOGO Missouri Youth Engagement In Local Government.

John Wright; served in the Missouri House of Representatives from 2013-2014, founder of The Rollins Reading Company

Location: George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology

East Academic Building, 545 Garden Avenue, St. Louis, MO

Room 102

Wednesday, 25 February, 2015, 6:00PM

In what ways has the classroom changed in the 21st century? How does this effect current and future generations, and how can we best prepare students for a society that is becoming more and more globally linked?

Mark your calendars if you'd like some insight into the answers for these questions!


Don't forget to mark your calendars for other TBA events from the Holden Policy Forum!

Wednesday, March 18th

Wednesday,  April 8th

Wednesday,  April 15th

Wednesday, April 29th

Lessons from Ferguson

A New Series at the Forum

In partnership with the Webster University Office for Diversity & Inclusion, the Holden Forum will host a series of programs in Fall and Spring focused on the public policy issues related to Ferguson.  An official schedule of events and speakers will be released, but topics will include:

  • Diversifying the Capitol
  • Corporations & Their Communities
  • Voting: The Mechanism for Progress
  • Community Change Through our Schools
Stay tuned and make sure to sign up for our Holden Forum e-news to get reminders about upcoming programs and events.