Why Technology in the Classroom is About More Than Just the Tools
When it comes to thoughtfully placing technology into the classroom and the curriculum, it’s about more than just providing the tools. Kent School District in Kent, Washington knows firsthand about the shift from giving students and educators technology access, to providing them with the right technology access and skills to empower learning. They recently underwent […]
Mesa Public Schools Creates Vision for the Future
With 62,000 students, 10,000 employees and 87 schools, Mesa Public Schools in Arizona had a huge undertaking when looking to maximize the use of technology in the classroom. What started as a visioning process in partnership with Cisco, led to the comprehensive re-design of the district’s infrastructure a few years ago. Recently, the partnership with […]
Educational Transformation Through Vision Workshops: Rochester City School District
Last week, I wrote about a multi-phased approach that can be used by school districts to create a vision for the use of technology on their campuses and positively manage change within the district. Today, I want to specifically talk about one school district that used this vision planning process, Rochester City School District. Using […]
Educational Transformation: A Guide to Vision and Planning
Through the visioning process, you can work alongside educators, administration and students to pave the way for your district’s technology vision to become a reality.
Connecting Learning and Empowering Students: Education Trends in the US
Critical to workforce development, economic growth and the foundation of our future generation is the digitization of education.
#MLKDream – When Vision Becomes Reality
It is amazing how a vision can start, grow, morph and become a reality. Van White, President of The Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) and Rochester City School District School Board President, had a vision, and he had a dream. His dream was to bring together students from across the county to have […]