Nicole Dreiske (Chicago, IL) is an educational innovator and one of the country's leaders in the development of screen-based programs for educating children. As the Executive Director of the International Children's Media Center, Dreiske works with 5,000 students each year and develops groundbreaking approaches for integrating technology and media for 21st-century classrooms in ways that empower children.  ICMC's acclaimed Screen Smart® program uses neuroscience-based techniques to improve literacy skills, critical thinking, and social emotional learning. Dreiske has conducted numerous workshops and seminars focusing on media and education. Her landmark methodologies and pedagogies for early childhood have been presented to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and numerous other organizations. She founded the first and largest international children's film festival in the U.S., the Chicago International Children's Film Festival. Dreiske consults with arts, education, and civic organizations on strategic and intentional arts programming and has launched numerous festivals nationally and internationally.

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