Empowering Success for ALL Students

Daniel Jhin Yoo
Daniel Jhin Yoo was a former special educator and administrator who started Goalbook to provide to educators better tools and resources to educate ALL students, especially students with special needs who require a greater amount of teamwork and collaboration, individualized progress monitoring, and innovative teaching methods that differentiate and improve access. Daniel will reflect on the experiences that caused him to start Goalbook, demonstrate the technologies Goalbook has developed, and share case studies of their impact as well as new learning and challenges encountered since the companys founding.
March 19, 2013
09:30 am - 10:30 am
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, 247
864-4780
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