CRESST Con 2016: Prove It! An Opportunity to Collaborate on How to Address Education’s Biggest Challenges

UCLA’s Li Cai and Pedro Noguera top list of speakers, Sept. 20-21 at UCLA’s new Luskin Conference Center.

The National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards and Student Testing at UCLA (CRESST) will present “Prove It!,” a conference focused on meeting the greatest challenges in education today, at UCLA’s new Luskin Conference Center, Sept. 20-21. The conference will feature thought leaders in technology, academia, education and policy leading discussions on the latest evidence-based global trends and opportunities in education.

Speakers include Li Cai, CRESST director and UCLA professor of education and psychology; Pedro Noguera, UCLA Distinguished Professor of Education; John Hattie, Director, Melbourne Educational Research Institute, University of Melbourne; and Alan Kay, President, Viewpoints Research Institute.

Roundtable discussions, “Fireside Chats,” maker space demonstrations, and networking are among the activities during the two-day conference. Topics to be explored include the personalized education movement; informal learning spaces; games and simulations for learning, assessment, and instruction; and perspectives from the field by teachers, administrators, and employers.

To attend “Prove It!,” visit this link; visit the site regularly for speaker and event updates. Early bird registration is available until July 15.

To present a demonstration or poster at “Prove It,” click here.

To learn more about the innovative work of CRESST, click here.