A revolutionary innovation in online instruction is set to meet the digital distraction challenges facing schools
SANTA CLARA, CA Creator of the only patented online instructional solution with InstantAI technology, Deledao will participate in two conferences during the week of March 13-17: Brainstorm in Wisconsin Dells, WI and MACUL in Detroit, MI to help K12 IT leaders meet the increasing challenges they face in improving the effectiveness of digital learning.
Brainstorm gathers IT Directors, System Administrators, tech coordinators, network admins, tech integration specialists from across the Midwest to learn new skills, check out cutting-edge technologies and network with colleagues. Kevin Kuckkan, VP of Channels and Alliances at Deledao will be presenting a session titled ‘The emerging role of real-time AI in K12 content filtering’ on Tuesday, March 14th from 8:30-9:30. Deledao will be located in Booth 1017 in the exhibit hall area.
Back in Detroit after a 4-year absence, the 47th annual Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Annual Conference remains one of the Midwest’s largest educational technology conferences attended by 4000+ educators from across Michigan, the region, and Canada. Being held March 15-17, MACUL offers in-depth, focused workshops followed by two days of conference learning that features more than 300+ sessions, 200+ exhibitors, keynotes and many more engaging opportunities To Grow. To Learn. To Connect. To Inspire. Deledao will be located in booth 202 in the exhibit hall area.
Representing an entirely new architecture in filtering technology, the Deledao ActiveInsights™ solution uses patented InstantAI™ technology that allows teachers to create distraction-free digital classrooms. Not dependent upon domain classification or search keyword recognition, every piece of content, video, and page on the nearly two billion available websites are analyzed the very instant a student attempts to access it.
Deledao representatives will be present at both conferences to demonstrate how InstantAI technology ensures that school district devices remain used as intended – not for gaming or YouTube Shorts, but for student learning!