TORONTO, Oct. 9, 2014 /CNW/ - Nolan Bushnell's latest venture, education gaming start-up, BrainRush will strike a chord with delegates at the 5th Annual Canadian EdTech Leadership Summit at MaRS Discovery District on October 23rd.
"I'm thrilled to be a part of the upcoming Canadian EdTech Leadership Summit. I love the idea of having educational visionaries gather together to learn, to share and to collaborate on the educational revolution. I hope that at the very least we increase the intensity of dialogue about the future of education," says Nolan Bushnell. He is devoting his talents to enhancing and improving the educational process by integrating the latest in brain science.
This year's Summit features world class experts in making sense of the digital learning revolution. Speakers include Johannes Heinlein, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at edX from Harvard University; Karen Grose, Vice President of Digital Media,TVO; Bruce Rodrigues, CEO, Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO); and Lance Rougeux, Vice President of Learning Communities and Educational Consultants, Discovery Education.
"It was fortuitous meeting Mr. Bushnell at SXSWedu last year. He loves education. I can't think of a better visionary leader to inspire and close our conference to round out our world class speakers," says Robert Martellacci, MindShare Learning, President & Conference chair.
For a complete conference agenda and to buy tickets, click here.
About MindShare Learning
MindShare Learning is Canada's leading EdTech strategy consulting company. Our mission to connect education and industry leaders in understanding the emerging needs of learners to succeed in the 21st Century global knowledge-based digital economy.
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