DIIT Reboot Conference Celebrates Hudson as Tech Learning Model

This week, the DIIT Reboot Conference was held at Hudson. Ms. Amling spoke to a crowd of 100s of educators from all over the city. Hudson was noted as a model of excellence for tech-integrated learning by Department of Education administrators — noting that we are at the forefront of tech usage for the city. Tim Comer, Wilson Ortiz and Jennifer Gunn spoke to the crowd about blended learning, Hudson's technology initiatives and our digital footprint respectively. Kaylah Mack and Zacharry Georges spoke about their experiences with technology at Hudson. It's truly amazing to see Hudson students speaking to hundred of adults about their learning experiences.

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Tim Comer addresses the crowd about Blended Learning.

Kayla Mack discusses her learning experiences with technology.

The auditorium was full to the back with educators from across NYC.

Jennifer Gunn spoke about Hudson's digital footprint.

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