• Sep 30, 2020 from 4:00pm to 4:45pm
  • Location: online, see schedule for link
  • Latest Activity: Oct 6, 2020

Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Language in Which You Will Present:    English

Short Session Description: STEM education before, during, and after COVID-19

 For this week, I invite everyone to join in for an important and informative discussion with Grace Suh, the Vice President of Education and Corporate Social Responsibility at IBM. In her position, Grace manages IBM’s global education portfolio, including the P-TECH 9-14 School Model and SkillsBuild, both of which we will learn about in our conversation today.

 Prior to IBM, Grace worked at the Children’s Defense Fund, a national child advocacy organization in Washington, D.C., and has worked in city government with a focus on juvenile justice issues. Grace serves on a number of education committees and boards, including the Coalition for Career Development, Cahn Fellows Programs and Schools That Can.


Grace has a master’s degree in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree from Columbia University.

Join us for a great conversation, bring your questions and let's learn together. 


Rachelle Bio:

Rachelle is an edtech consultant, presenter, attorney, author, blogger and teacher. She teaches Spanish and a STEAM course on emerging tech that covers AR/VR and artificial intelligence. She presents regularly at conferences on technology and ways to drive student learning. She is the past-president of the ISTE Teacher Education Network and serves on the leadership team for the ISTE Mobile Learning Network. At ISTE19, Rachelle received the Making IT Happen Award and a Presidential Gold Award for volunteer service to education. She is also a Buncee Ambassador, Nearpod PioNear, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Google Certified Educator Levels I and II.

Rachelle is  the author of four books:  In Other Words: Quotes That Push Our Thinking, The Future Is Now: Looking Back to Move Ahead, Unconventional Ways to THRIVE in EDU and Chart A New Course: Essential Skills for Tomorrow's World.

Unconventional: Quick to get started with SEL, PBL, AR/VR, Choice Boards, HyperDocs, Global Collaboration and more

All Books available: bit.ly/Pothbooks  


I am a regular blogger for Getting Smart,  DA Administration, Defined Learning, Neo LMS and Newsweek STEM Informer.


Twitter Handle(s): 

Twitter @Rdene915  @thriveinedu 

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Podcast: https://anchor.fm/rdene915

Signed copies: bit.ly/pothsbooks

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