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Educational Leadership International

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Educational Leadership International is a consulting firm that creates then implements and finally monitors academic systems to help an organization run efficiently. ELI services all aspects of education and strives to deliver the proper research based educational practices. 

Education never sleeps. Research, dynamics and innovation are our strengths. ELI aims to do the heavy lifting of academic design in any capacity. The firm serves various entities, pursues ambitious projects and has a dynamic and evolving talent base. 
The firm maintains close relations with scholars, researchers, instructors, authors, informational technology experts, college admissions officers, colleges, universities, consultants, deans, superintendents, guidance counselors, social workers, principals and members of the private sector throughout the globe. 


ARTICLES/INTERVIEWS

Ep. 34 - Dr. Charles A. Fritz - Teaching high schoolers about robots — RoboPsych Podcast — Overcast


Podcast: Teaching Kids About Human-Robot Interaction - Robotics Trends


Offering Innovative Professional Development | Dr. Charles Andrew Fritz - YouTube


Instruction that is working: Project-Based and Inquiry-Based Learning Alleviate the Stresses of New Initiatives. – Adrri Journals


Robotics teaches real-world job skills, teachers say


Dr-Charles-Andrew-St-John-Fritz.pdf



 

PRESENTATIONS

Early College High School Technology Conference for Today’s Skills for Tomorrow’s Teachers Friday March 14, 2014

Yonkers, New York


Ensuring Learning for All Students Conference 

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Pace University Graduate Center

1 Martine Avenue 

White Plains, New York


International Society for Educational Planning

Women's Literacy in Education

October 15-18 2014 

Kyrenia, Cyprus


MILE Medinah -Offering Innovative Professional Development

June 28, 2015

Medinah, Saudi Arabia


Mass Robotics Panel on Robotics in Education

The Study of Robotic Psychology

July 25, 2017

Boston Massachusetts