technology

Preparing for Large Scale Tech Rollouts

BYOD and 1-to-1 projects are growing in popularity exponentially. District Administration spoke with administrators from four districts around the country about the key considerations before beginning a BYOD or 1-to-1 project, and the steps necessary for a successful implementation, including meeting bandwidth requirements and best practices around professional development.

Product Focus: Interaction made simple with projectors

A guide to one segment of education technology

Product Focus on interactive projectors: 3LCD vs. DLP

3LCD and DLP vary in the chips that use the projector’s light source to reflect and display an image or video

Conditions for building a technology learning plan

Tips including empowering leaders, sharing a vision and providing technical support

Teacher’s start-up fills digital literacy gap for students with autism

Autism Expressed was developed by a high school special education teacher in Philadelphia

Noteworthy Books: "Hire Better Teachers Now" and other reading picks for district leaders

Recommended reading includes books on the levers that improve learning and creating student-engaged assessment systems

6 strategies for telling your district’s technology story

Sometimes it can be a challenge for administrators to convey to a broad audience how a school district is transforming teaching

Three school leaders win NASSP’s 2014 Digital Principals Award

Online learning softens impact of snow days

E-learning days can prevent lost class time when weather closes schools

Crisis averted …and exploited

How an online educational continuity plan can also improve year-round learning goals

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