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Tuesday, April 4 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
The Cyber Crisis in Schools: Challenges, Threats and Opportunities

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To be prepared for success in a digital world, learners must have a full complement of skills that present day schools are almost wholly unprepared to deliver. One of them is learning how to code from an early age. The second is learning how to negotiate a world where cyber threats are real, ubiquitous and pose a high stakes challenge. Panelists Kyle Morton and Dr. Allen Selis approach these two problem areas with practical solutions that hold enormous opportunity for students. Come with a laptop and jump into the fray with hands-on exercises for young learners offered by two experts in their respective fields.

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Kyle Morton

Software Engineer, IBM
Dr. Kyle Morton earned his Doctorate of Computer Science from Colorado Technical University – Colorado Springs. He holds a Masters of Information Systems from the University of Phoenix, and a  Bachelors of Computer Science from Samford University, Birmingham.  Dr. Morton’s research interest includes data mining, big data analytics, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, fuzzy systems, security, educational... Read More →
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Allen H Selis

CEO, Tech EdVentures
Dr. Allen Selis is the founder of Tech EdVentures , which provides children with early access to high value skills such as robotics, engineering and computer coding that will position them to thrive in an information driven economy. Dr. Selis holds a Ph.D in Curriculum from the University of Maryland and served as the headmaster of private schools in the Midwest and Silicon Valley before launching... Read More →

Tuesday April 4, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm
The Iron Yard 2030 Main St. Ste. 420, Dallas TX 75201