Gamification, holographs, drones and robots — 21st century educators are forging new and amazing trails in technology-enhanced teaching and learning. How will emergency services best use these resources to facilitate time and cost-effective learning? Marci offers a glimpse into our present understanding and sets the stage for this year’s summit.
Marci Powell and Associates
Leonard Wong offers an inside look at how the U.S. Army required officers to fit 297 days of recorded, mandatory training requirements into 256 available training days. This stifling process fostered innovative reporting processes, challenged personal ethics, and threatened the training system itself.
Professor, Strategic Studies Institute
U.S. Army War College
Keynote description coming soon.
Director of Fire and EMS
Village of Western Springs, Illinois
M.S., LCPC, CADC
Illinois Firefighter Peer Support
Travis Ford offers guidelines for identifying stakeholders; building the adoption process; and implementing a statewide, student-centered approach to standardized fire science training and education. The approach is based on the history-making adoption experience in the state of Tennessee.
Nashville Fire Department