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.
Learn how the Allen Independent School District is creating “future ready” students by focusing on digital learning, high priority learning standards, and assessment. See how they used an LMS to implement online and blended learning.
In this webcast, hear about how Google tools are helping transform classrooms around the globe. Glyn School is located in Surrey, about 40 minutes away from London in the UK. This webcast will feature both educators and students from the school ready to share their experience with using educational technology.
You know better than most the daunting challenges schools are facing today: the need to meet the impending online testing mandates, to managing technology infrastructure, and do so with limited budgets and resources.
It’s no surprise then that schools are looking to virtual desktops as a solution.
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 Printed posters on the wall have been replaced by digital signage and pull-down projector screens in auditoriums.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.