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Thursday, November 4, 2010 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST
Learn how technology-based learning, assessment systems, and high speed wireless solutions are pivotal in improving student learning and generating data that can be used to continuously improve the education system at all levels.
Technology will help us execute collaborative teaching strategies combined with professional learning that better prepare and enhance educators’ competencies and expertise over the course of their careers. To shorten the learning curve, we can learn from other kinds of enterprises that have used technology to improve outcomes while increasing productivity.
This webcast will show you how your school district can:
- provide powerful learning experiences, content, and resources for informing instruction and accelerating student achievement;
- build the capacity of educators by enabling a shift to a model of connected teaching for continuous school improvement;
- deliver assessments that measure student achievement in more complete, authentic, and meaningful ways;
- model an infrastructure that is always on, available to students, educators, and administrators with a reduction in operational expenses;
- create a robust infrastructure for learning that unleashes new ways of capturing and sharing knowledge based on multimedia that run on a variety of devices.
Sharnell S. Jackson, CEO, Data-Driven Innovations Consulting, U.S. Dept. of Education Institute of Education Sciences
Joe Griffin, Chief Technology Officer, Keller ISD