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Published on November 21, 2019

Stoloff Presents at Global Education Conference

Stoloff David Stoloff, professor of education at Eastern Connecticut State University, recently presented at the Global Education Conference. The conference, which featured educators from across the globe, was presented online from Nov. 18-20. Presenters had a live video time slot in which they discussed their projects and ideas. Stoloff discussed his research into technology advancements and educational collaboration.

The Global Education Conference is a free online event that brings together educators and innovators across the world to advance educational strategies. Presenters discussed ideas, projects and programs to promote a conversation on how to improve educational techniques globally. The goal of the 2019 conference was to create a dialogue between a variety of educational technologists who are currently preparing future educators to discuss international collaborations to develop curriculum.

Stoloff teaches courses in education technology at Eastern through the University’s online graduate program and courses based around the social foundations of education and liberal studies since 1995. He has dedicated his career to technology advancements and collaborations that enhance the knowledge available to scholars.

His goal at the conference was to discuss and brainstorm curriculum development with international collaborations. Besides Stoloff, many other international educational technologists were invited to discuss topics varying from summer study programs to global workforce development. The target audience for Stoloff’s session was higher education faculty and staff and educational technologists currently preparing future educators. Stoloff has presented several times at the Global Education Conference.

Written by Molly Boucher