SXSWorld May 2014


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I n our session, it was confirmed that devel- opers and educators have similar goals and definitely want to work together. I'm excited to continue to move forward and work with others to make an impact." - Steve Isaacs (William Annin Middle School) T he closing keynote by Jeffrey Tambor was the most moving and elevating speech I have ever heard at any conference. His love letter to teachers (told through the stories of his own life, his humor and his solo "bravo" applause for teachers) was remarkable. - Ann McMullan (Project Tomorrow) T here are policy makers and educational publishers on one side, and families and teachers on the other. But at SXSWedu, those forces opposed to teaching to the test found new allies in a possibly unexpected area: technology firms that want to bring fun back into learning. - Richard Whitaker (The Austin Chronicle) SXSWedu CONFERENCE & FESTIVAL MON.–THUR., MARCH 3 RD –6 TH A M Y E . P R I C E R O B E R T S A N T O S D AV I D W E AV E R Y O O M I PA R K MY SXSWedu MY SXSWedu 1 Keynote speakers Vivienne and Norma Ming 2 Opening Night Party at Brazos Hall 3 eduFILM screenings 4 Linda Lorelle with Texas State Senator and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis 5 Closing Keynote Jeffrey Tambor 6 LAUNCHedu startup competition R O B E R T S A N T O S R O B E R T S A N T O S 1 8 S X S W O R L D / M A Y 2 0 1 4 1 2 3 4 5 6

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