Keith Krueger, Consortium for School Networking in USA
Kim Krueger is an innovative leader who has been shaping and influencing educational practice across both K-12 and higher education sectors for more than 25 years, working with colleagues across Western Australia, Australia, and the world.
Krueger has been recently involved in CoSN’s Driving K-12 Innovation project, which provide a vision on emerging technologies to transform learning, as expert global advisor. His brainchild, the Learning Futures Network, which aims to create a more relevant, connected, and engaging ecosystem for learning and teaching, continues to grow and has been instrumental in developing new approaches to collaboration and knowledge sharing within the community. Other programs he has been involved in include STEM4Innovation, which catalyses a state-wide response from K-12 to the impacts of COVID-19; and the Leeuwin Virtual Reality project, which links schools, not-for-profit, VR industry, and higher education to create a five-year program of student learning through real- world engagement and authentic production of work in partnership with other stakeholder groups.