Youngest teacher visits Orlando ed-tech conference


For those who remember Doogie Howser, he may have met his match. Adora Svitak, 12, visited Orlando on Monday. The girl was in town to talk to teachers at the Florida Education Technology Conference, reports WESH Orlando. Svitak asked them about their experiences, provided feedback and shared her own view. “At the same time, I’m able to share my view with them, so it’s a reciprocal learning experience. Everyone has something to learn, and everyone has something to teach,” Svitak said. Svitak is also a published author. Her third book is a full-length novel.

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