August 3, Thursday 12:00 pm EDT
Duration: 1 hour

Leaving the old school behind: adopting new tech tools at any age

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Gina Schreck,
President of SocialKNX

Why do some people stop wanting to learn? How can we make new technologies doable? Our guest expert Gina Schreck will explain how to leave the ”old school” behind and continue to learn.

People say things like, "I'm just old school when it comes to ..." or "Things are changing so fast I just feel like I've been left behind."

Whether you work with these people, or one lives inside your head, you don't want to miss this important webinar where we will explore the mindset that keeps us from learning and ways to make any new technology doable. Let's all enroll in the “new school” and continue to lead the next generation of learners.

Gina Schreck
President of SocialKNX
Gina manages a digital marketing agency and has been involved in the edtech space for over 20 years. She loves helping people build their personal or company brand. Gina is an international speaker and author of several books, and was ranked as one of the top 20 online social media coaches.

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