About the event
SET Lab is a nonprofit organization fostering the next generation of educators: Education Scientists.
The program supports educators in conducting valuable research in their classroom/school environments, enabling them to examine, challenge, and redesign their best practices.
SET Lab culminates in the SET Lab Exhibition: an annual educational innovation exhibition where the educational community are presented with the findings of the Education Scientist’s groundbreaking research. This conference is taking place on June 1st at 9:30 am in Washington, D.C.
Apart from those involved in presentations, educators from various institutions will have the opportunity to learn about innovations within education.
The SET Lab exhibition is an inspiring milieu of speakers, networking, idea sharing, and edtech vendor showcases.
SET Lab’s mission is to, “Inspire innovation in education.”
Why should you sponsor?
SET Lab is a nonprofit organization fostering the next generation of educators: Education Scientists. Sponsorship for our event means that pertinent information about educational practices will be shared with the education community at no charge to the participants.
Also, sponsors will receive varies forms of advertising through the SET Lab channels of communication.
Urvi is an experienced educator, lifelong learner and the CEO/Founder of SET. She has worked as a Director of EdTech & Middle School teacher as well as a whole school Technology Teaching and Learning Coordinator. She is passionate about edtech, robotics, andragogy and learning through constructionism. Her work alongside teachers, staff, administrators and students of all ages in education and educational technology has given her the expertise in educational innovation to help schools progress with the values of today’s world within their mission and vision.
Through experimentation and iteration, she learned that successful innovators must: investigate problems with optimism; examine perspectives through cognitive empathy; and connect ideas to develop solutions. While she was a classroom teacher, she coined this idea “innovative optimism.” She believes that "innovative optimism" applies not only to academic institutions but to any enterprise where leaders must innovate to find solutions to problems.
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