Tag: technology

Article Nov, 2017

Research Shows that Engaging Parents on Student Progress has Big Benefits

Engaging parents in a student’s K-12 educational experience creates significant benefits. See the ways in which districts and families can improve outcomes.

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spotlight
August, 2017

The Plausibility of Personalized Learning to Shift the Structure of Schooling

Personalized learning classrooms are entirely different from traditional classrooms. Learn what your peers are doing to make personalized learning possible.

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tech tools k12
May, 2017

The Perils of Too Many Tech Tools

Disparate school technology systems negatively affect school administrators, teachers, parents, and students. When systems are disparate, or even loosely coupled, school districts risk time and expense.

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May, 2017

Modeling Technology Use as a Superintendent: 4 Critical Considerations

One of the hottest topics in education and the biggest strategy questions in education today is technology. This means superintendents are going to be at the forefront of modeling technology use in education. Here are four vital considerations for superintendents plotting out and implementing a technology strategy in their districts.

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district revenue
May, 2017

Maximizing Cost Savings Series: Operational Strategies

The challenges district leaders face to reduce costs and maximize revenue are ongoing. We’ll focus on exploring operational strategies that keep costs low.

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district revenue
April, 2017

Maximizing Cost Savings Series: Financial Management Strategies

The challenges district leaders face to reduce costs and maximize revenue are ongoing. We’ll focus on exploring financial management strategies that keep costs low.

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April, 2017

Do You Need New Education Technology? A Peek Into the Four Biggest Change Drivers

What are the factors that influence the need for new technology? We’ll be exploring the four most common drivers that influence the need for new technology.

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teacher perceptions of technology
April, 2017

How Teacher Perceptions Differ in Tech-Forward Schools

In 2013, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation began its Teachers Know Best research project to generate information for the field about what teachers need to succeed. The research focuses extensively on teachers’ perceptions and experience because no one knows better how technology can and should be used in the classroom every day. As stated […]

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district revenue
March, 2017

Maximizing Cost Savings Series: Educational Strategies

The challenges district leaders face to reduce costs and maximize revenue are ongoing. We’ll focus on exploring educational strategies that keep costs low.

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technology-implementation
March, 2017

How CTOs Can Craft Technology Implementation Plans That Work for Their School Districts

Looking at new technology? Examine your needs, plans, use, implementation, budget, roll-out and adoption, and maintenance before buying.

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February, 2017

Organizing Security Protocols

If there is one thing that I can say about network and data security as it relates to school districts is that it is complicated. There are a lot of software products, hardware appliances, activities, and personnel involved. I have found that IT security personnel have always struggled with the process of organizing and documenting the security protocols that they carry out.

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February, 2017

Helping Teachers Embrace Classroom Technology

Change is hard in any context, and that’s especially true when it comes to trying something new in front of a classroom full of students. How can K-12 leaders get veteran or reluctant teachers to embrace change and try new ways of teaching with technology?

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February, 2017

Top EdTech Trends to Watch This Year

Digital equity and transformational leadership are some of the key issues that edtech leaders will be focusing on in 2017, and at least one national expert believes we might see the beginning of “course choice” policies that could spur a significant growth in blended learning opportunities for K-12 schools.

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January, 2017

Keeping the Right Perspective

Over the years, I have often been asked to share practices as a technology leader that have made a difference. I have always been happy to do so. I have always felt that all of us, as educators, are in the same boat. We are all looking for better ways to ultimately serve our students. And so I share.

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