Three Key Elements to Effective Tech Use: Digital Content, Professional Development & Assessment

Three Key Elements to Effective Tech Use: Digital Content, Professional Development & Assessment

The second in a new three-part webinar series"Technology, Learning and Change."

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Tuesday September 27, 2011 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST

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Using digital media and web-based content has tremendous potential to transform teaching and learning. It offers students engaging learning opportunities that provide the right level of challenge. In order to get do this effectively, teachers need ongoing, collaborative, and integrated professional development that builds their capacity to transform classrooms, raise student achievement and create high performing schools. As part of the process, educators must assess student performance carefully and adjust instruction to meet learning needs. When all elements are in place, the result is a transformation in teaching and learning. This webinar will focus on using digital content and web-based tools, providing effective professional development, and assessing the impact of change. Leaders from districts that have shown success will discuss how they got to this point and where they intend to take their strategy in the future.


Marianthe Williams, Director of Technology, River Dell Regional School District, NJ

Leslie Wilson, CEO, One-to-One Institute

Technology, Learning and Change: A Webinar Series

This webinar series, based on the new book Technology for Learning: A Guidebook for Change, provides information about the process of creating effective, robust technology initiatives based on real-life practitioners’ successes. The three webinars will focus on the issues that help educators to transform today’s schools into thriving digital learning environments. The goal is to help you to identify and plan for key success factors and strategies that will help you get started, expand your existing program, or take your program to the next level.