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Wednesday, June 13 • 10:00am - 10:50am
A Student's Perspective on Failure

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I have learned the ins and outs of failure throughout my last 4 years of high school. Within those 4 years I have networked with some of the most well known producers in movie making and greatest minds in the world of innovation. I also started a non-profit with the first school built in Ghana, and have paved a smooth path to my future endeavors. Now that I know my “WHY” I can start my long term goal of changing the face of education. This can be done by allowing students to explore what they love and failing the proper way. In this session I will go over what teachers can do to implement innovative curriculum within your classroom. This will include why (and how) we need to network, how to create a two week "ROTH-IRA" model to innovate, and empower students to identify problems, collaborate with mentors, and solve real world problems.

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Luke Reks

Student, Noblesville Schools
Luke is a graduate of Noblesville Schools and has accomplished something that most students don’t. He knows what he wants to do. This was accomplished because he failed over and over again with a soft pillow to land on called Innovation and Open Source Learning. Luke believes that... Read More →

Wednesday June 13, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
D104 Anderson High School, 4610 Madison Ave, Anderson, IN 46013