We asked District Administration Advisory Panel members “how can district technology leaders create a well-balanced team, and who should be included?” Here’s what some some members had to say:
At almost every turn over the past decade—from innovative instructional technologies to advanced database management—administrators and teachers have discovered a brave new world in education.
A World-Class Education: Learning From International Models of Excellence and Innovation
While much of the predictive analysis in K12 districts today determines student achievement, some districts are taking it a step further to determine teacher effectiveness.
Predicting the future is now in the hands of K12 administrators.
Effective after-school and expanded learning programs can play a vital role in student success.
Let’s be honest. Flipping the classroom and using clickers and other new products can only have a modest impact on student achievement. Why?
Known for its cultural diversity, Rowland Unified School District (RUSD) in Rowland Heights, Calif., takes the “unified” in its name very seriously, says Superintendent Maria G.
Principal observes teacher for 50 minutes. Principal completes checklist. Principal tells teacher what she needs to work on.
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While in the fourth year of a five-year Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP) federal grant, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) learned in late December that Congress had cut the grant’s final year of funding.
Red Bull, Rockstar and Monster are multibillion-dollar leaders in the energy drink industry.
We haven’t seen this big a change in education in 500 years. Every learner with an Internet connection can build a personalized, global network of people and information.