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March 18, 2014
Ed Table Talk: Putting the 'Person' in Personalized

Ed Table Talk Radio Puts the ‘Person’ in Personalized

Bellingham, WA (March 18th, 2014) — The upcoming Education Table Talk (ETT) show, brought to you by our founding sponsor MCH Strategic Data, airs March 18th at 11:00am PT/ 2:00pm ET. Host, Michael Jay, and guests will discuss the topic Putting the ‘Person’ in Personalized: Addressing the needs of every learner. Our guests at ‘The Table’ this month:

       1. Shawn Bay, Founder, eScholar
2. Barbara Bray, Creative Learning Strategist, Co-Founder of         Personalize Learning
3. Steve Nordmark, Chief Academic Officer, Knovation

Education Table Talk is a fast-paced, interactive monthly radio show discussing some of the most controversial topics in the education industry. Educational Systemics founder and ETT’s talk show host Michael Jay explains, “with so many people entering this market from outside pK-12, I thought it necessary to provide a forum in which both seasoned old-timers and newcomers alike could become better informed on ever changing topics.”

Alvin Crawford, CEO of Knowledge Delivery Systems participated in the October 2013 show. He comments, “ETT is providing a much-needed forum for experts in the education industry by giving voice to those who are at the forefront of transforming education.” He continues, “The show gets right to the core of what those in the education sector need to know right now.”

MCH President John F. Hood said, “We are thrilled to be a sponsor of ETT and enjoy working with Michael and his team. We enjoy the spirited discussion!”

Kathy Dryer, Senior Curriculum Specialist at the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) declares, “Michael Jay has a great way of rounding up and taking the conversation to a high cognitive level with your questions.”

ETT’s format is designed to explore various aspects of a topic and increase awareness that then leads to more informed discussion about issues critical to preK-12 education. We invite guests from various backgrounds in the Education Industry, but all of them have the same goal in mind—improve Education.

Our host and guests love to interact with the audience to spice up the conversation. Stay connected and subscribe, or join in the conversation on the official Twitterpage (@edtabletalk) to share your own perspective!