Webinar Event for Administrators

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  • 30 Minute Online Session 1: 

Tasks Before Apps: How to Change Your School Culture on EdTech Integration with Monica Burns

  • 30 Minute Online Session 2: 

Measuring What Matters: Choose the Data Analytics to Drive Your School's Continuous Improvement with Jonathan Martin

What does it mean to put the learning first when integrating technology into instruction? Join Dr. Monica Burns, author of Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom as she shares big ideas and ready-for-tomorrow strategies for bringing meaningful, sustainable and scalable change to your school. In this webinar you'll learn about different frameworks for technology integration to help you make the most of Chromebooks, iPads, interactive whiteboards, or any type of technology in your school. Monica will also share her favorite tools and activities for creation, collaboration, and curiosity in the classroom.

Few methods offer more promise to improve student learning and development than does the power of data analytics. How can we know how we're doing, what's working, and how we can do better without studying the results of our work?  

But standardized testing isn't enough, and as school leaders, we shouldn't let ourselves be dictated to about how we evaluate our own school's effectiveness. Join Jonathan Martin as he discusses how school leaders and teachers can reclaim the work of data informed decision-making by choosing what to measure, widening their measurement tools and techniques, and implementing a local process for using the resulting data for continuous improvement.

You'll Discover...

  • Ready-for-tomorrow strategies for bringing meaningful, sustainable, and scalable change to your school
  • Different frameworks for technology integration to help you make the most of any type of technology in your school
  • Ways school leaders and teachers can reclaim the work of data-informed decision-making to achieve continuous improvement