Attend the December GEL Breakfast to Hear School Superintendents Talk 21st Century Learning and How It’s Changed

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Join Geauga Growth Partnership on  December 1st as Education Leader Panelists share how their classrooms are changing how students learn today.

Featuring:

  • Tamee Tucker, iSTEM Early College High School
  • Michael Hanlon, Chardon Schools
  • Nancy Santilli, Kenston Schools
  • Richard Markwardt, West Geauga Schools
  • Robert W. Hunt, Chagrin Schools
  • Jennifer Felker, Geauga County Educational Service Center (moderator)

The environment in which students are learning today has a big impact on how they will function in your business in the future. Hear from these leaders in education as they present how their schools are changing the way students learn. The 21st Century classroom, it’s is not your parents classroom.

Join us for our panelists presentations, which we believe will be of great value to our businesses, residents and community at large followed by a Q&A session.

December 1st from 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. (extended program)

Kent State University at Geauga
14111 Claridon Troy Road, Burton Ohio 44021

Click GEL Breafast at KSU Geauga to Register!

Free and open to the public. Breakfast and networking begin at 7:30 a.m. and the program begins at 8:00 a.m.

Geauga Economic Leadership (G.E.L.) Breakfasts are held the first Friday of each month – except September due to the fair. The breakfast has always been a dynamic opportunity to bring business and industry leaders together with our community to network, learn, and collaborate.

G.E.L. Breakfasts are sponsored by Geauga Growth Partnership and Kent State University at Geauga. For more information contact Denise Milhollan at [email protected] or Marcia Owen at [email protected].

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