Cherry Creek Schools share their dedication to excellence and how Chromebooks helped drive results

Cherry Creek Schools share their dedication to excellence and how Chromebooks helped drive results

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 1:30 pm

Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

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In this webinar, hear about how Cherry Creek Schools in Colorado are preparing their students for the future. Kellie Ady, District Instructional Technology Coordinator at the district, will discuss why they decided to use Chromebooks in the classroom, and that has fit in with their overall district vision.

Cherry Creek Schools is committed to creating a learning environment where technology is leveraged to amplify student potential, as well as to foster collaboration and communication with staff and parents.

Register for the event to hear the impact devices are having on student learning, and some of the keys that have made their technology initiative so successful.

Participants will:

  • Get an overview of the Google for Education solution
  • Hear the story of Cherry Creek Schools from the perspective of both students and educator
  • Be able to pose their questions to Cherry Creek and Google

Learn how Google tools are being used in the classroom and how this is improving student learning, collaboration, and innovation.

Featured Speakers:

Mark Renne,

Google for Education
Mark Renne is an Education Specialist at Google. Mark helps large school districts in the Western United States use web-based instruction and adopt web-based tools. He works with superintendents, technology and curriculum departments to give students access to the web and a world of resources. He has been involved in educational technology for over 20 years.

Kellie Ady,

District Instructional Technology Coordinator,

Cherry Creek Schools
Kellie Ady is a district instructional technology coordinator for the Cherry Creek School District. Previously, she worked for eight years as a school-based staff developer and instructional technology coordinator at the high school level. She also spent 13 years in the classroom as an English teacher with Denver Public Schools in the International Baccalaureate program. Ady is dedicated to supporting sound pedagogy and finding appropriate tools that enhance learning and achievement. She works with administrators, teachers, students, and support staff to develop and embrace 21st-century skillsets.