Welcome to our library of free K-12 technology-in-the-classroom webcasts from our sponsors. If you have any questions or comments about our webcasts please contact Mallory Bundy via email.
In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from Dustin Hardin, Director of Technology at New Caney Independent School District. You’ll hear about the three year journey New Caney ISD took from not having any wireless access in their 14 campuses to starting a 1:1 program with Chromebooks in just three years. This will include a brief overview of all the milestones over the three year period (moving from a legacy email system to Gmail, automating student accounts, etc.), how the decision was made on Chromebooks, and most importantly, how they afforded it.
In this webcast, you’ll hear directly from John Krouskoff, the Manager of Learning Technologies at the Lower Hudson Regional Information Center. John was the Technology Director for Clarkstown Central School District for eight years. Listen to how he led the district’s adoption of Google Apps for Education and participated in the first ever pilot for Classroom.
Learning environments in the digital age are higher touch and higher feel than at any time before. Printed posters on the wall have been replaced by digital signage and pull-down projector screens in auditoriums. Classrooms have given way to high-definition touch displays and video walls.
In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from educators at Hillsborough Township Public Schools in New Jersey about how they have gone 1:1 with Google for Education solutions across their District. The District is committed to providing a superior education for all its students, to build their passion for learning and prepare them for their future careers.
Learn how to address the ever increasing number of wireless devices on your campus as well as how to manage user access to your network and applications in this free webcast sponsored by Xirrus.
In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from Scott Jacumin, Head of Instructional Technology at Union County Public Schools. You’ll hear how UCPS is leveraging the Lenovo X131e Chromebook and the power of Google Apps for Education to transform the learning culture of one of the largest school districts in North Carolina. At the heart of this transition are real world productivity tools that enhance communication and collaboration while engaging students and teachers in project based problem solving. While technology is at the core of this transition, UCPS attempts to stay focused on altering when and where learning takes place. Google’s suite of applications serve as the catalyst to alter teaching practice and the affordable Chromebook extends the classroom walls and the traditional school day.