Orlando, FL, June 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Randolph Gunter, Ph.D., Chief Visionary Officer of 21st Century Learning Solutions, spoke at the 37th Annual SECME Summer Institute Friday, June 21.
Gunter addressed the STEM crisis during the closing plenary session and discussed how disruptive innovation will change the outcome of this issue facing America’s students. Gunter explained why the STEM crisis is still an issue today, what recent developments have made fixing the crisis suddenly possible, and how solving it is absolutely necessary in today’s competitive workforce.
SECME is a nonprofit organization aiming to renew and strengthen the professional capacity of K-12 educators, motivate and mentor students, and empower parents so that students can learn and achieve higher levels of mastery in the STEM subjects. SECME hosted its 37th Annual Summer Institute at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Gunter’s research agenda has focused on the STEM crisis for over 20 years, he has co-authored 12 educational textbooks, and developed the graduate-level course Technology Driven Classrooms (TDC), which has been taken by over 12,000 teachers.
21st Century Learning Solutions
21st Century Learning Solutions, Inc. is a unique online course design and development company. It specializes in providing timely attention to the needs of its customers and delivering a quality product that is proven effective and that is research-based. 21CLS creates and markets custom online education courses that enrich learning environments with dynamic interactive content and digital media; and proprietary graduate-level education courses directed towards addressing the diverse needs of teacher training. 21CLS is an Orlando, Florida company, incorporated in 2003, and a distinguished graduate of the University of Central Florida Business Incubation Program.
To learn more about 21st Century Learning Solutions or the Technology Driven Classroom (TDC) online course, contact or visit us at:
130 Remington Drive, Unit 1012
Oviedo, FL, 32765
Office: (407) 977-5064
Fax: (407) 977-5065