Break-out Sessions for Educators

The Disrupted conference provides a rare opportunity for educators to come together to discuss the future of learning and work within the setting of a national conference, with break-out sessions designed specifically and exclusively for high school teachers. Internationally renowned speakers will present perspective-shifting ideas from the Main Stage in a room of over 500 business leaders, entrepreneurs, educators, and senior students.


Presented by Microsoft/Morning of January 31, 2020

We believe in empowering the potential within every single student, and now is the time to help unlock the limitless potential of our teachers and schools with better technology for better learning outcomes. Did you know 70 percent of teachers cited time constraints as their biggest hurdle to providing more personalized content to their students? This research revealed technology can help clear away those obstacles by freeing up as much as 30 percent of an educator’s time, so they’re more free to respond to individual and group needs.  With tools, teachers can spend less time on administrative tasks and more time focusing on personalized learning for each student.  Learn about ways to transform your classroom time, and change how your students learn in today’s learning environments.



Screen Shot 2019-10-22 at 1.30.13 PMDustin focuses on educational leadership and professional development; in a modern contemporary learning environment.  He has worked extensively in developing professional development programming and instructional strategies for schools and school boards across Canada striving to successfully align technology with overall Board learning goals.  He is passionate about improving achievement outcomes for all students, professional development, leadership and meaningful technology integration.


Presented by Dell/Afternoon of January 31, 2020

Technology is transforming the way we live, work and learn at an ever-increasing pace.  It’s also creating opportunities to interact and engage with the world in highly personalized ways.  How might we prepare students to thrive in this rapidly changing, personalized world? Transformation in the classroom starts with the learning model, where students and teachers are co-creators throughout the learning process.  Come and discover digital tools to support your student-centred classroom and increase engagement using:

  • collaborative platforms to support global competencies and workplace readiness
  • blended learning resources
  • innovative tools to promote creativity
  • and more!

Join us for a creative and interactive session that will provide you wit the ideas to share with your staff and students and make your student centre classroom unforgettable.  Tool time with Dell!




Screen Shot 2019-10-22 at 1.29.55 PMWith 15 years of consulting experience, Adam Garry helps schools pursue digital and student-led learning transformation as Director of Education Strategy at Dell. He has presented at such conferences as the International Society for Technology in Education, published articles on technology integration, and has co-authored two books, Teaching the iGeneration and Personalized Learning Through Voice and Choice. Adam was a Florida elementary teacher and holds a BA in Elementary Education, a Master’s in Teaching and Learning (Technology emphasis), and a Certificate in Administration and Supervision from Johns Hopkins University.



Screen Shot 2019-09-18 at 3.32.08 PMKatina Papulkas is an experienced educator with a background in teaching, online learning, educational leadership, assessment and educational technology. She was an elementary teacher, a central instructional leader who designed and implemented initiatives around the effective integration of technology into curriculum, and a middle school administrator at the Toronto District School Board. Most recently, she was the Director of Educational Partnerships at Television Ontario (TVO) where she focused on the design and development of digital learning resources. She is currently Education Strategist at Dell. Katina holds a Master’s Degree in Education and Technology from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.