Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 13, 2006
Knowledge Factor, the leader in Confidence-Based Learning, today announced that it will moderate a panel at the upcoming IT Summit entitled “Colorado Innovations in Education” on March 22 at the Grand Hyatt Downtown Denver. The panel will take an in-depth look at the fusion of education and technology in building tomorrow’s competent workforce and improving Colorado’s competitiveness. The IT Summit is a premiere one-day event covering technology innovations, challenges and solutions that for Colorado businesses.
The “Colorado Innovations in Education” panel will bring together panelists from a broad stroke of the education and corporate training arenas to address how technology can be utilized in education and training to accelerate competency and accountability in schools and the workforce. The panel includes:
- Jared Polis, State Board of Education
- Dr. Steven Hull, Colorado Springs School District
- Dr. Steven Thompson, Center of Science, Math & Technology Education
- Jill Kaminski, Douglas County Schools
- Dr. Doug Pousma, Metrixx
- Co-Moderated by Pat Engstrom and Tim Adams, Knowledge Factor
Knowledge Factor was asked to moderate this panel because it is a leading Colorado innovator of learning and training methodologies. The company has gained national acclaim for its unique ability to ensure that learning occurs as an outcome of training.
To learn more about the Summit or to register to attend, visit http://theitsummit.com/.
Knowledge Factor, Inc.
Founded in 2000, Denver-based Knowledge Factor is the leader in Confidence-Based Learning. The Company is the owner of a patented and effective methodology it calls Confidence-Based Assessment™, or CBA™, which for the first time measures both knowledge and confidence and removes guesswork from training. The Company's CBL System measures competency, validates learning and provides a rapid and targeted learning solution to organizations and individuals. For more information, go to http://www.knowledgefactor.com.