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Alana Winnick was able to write "The Generative Age: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education" in under a year because she used AI to make her writing process more efficient.
After starting out in business, Tech & Learning Innovative Leader Award winner Mary Jane Warden fell in love with teaching and the potential to facilitate learning with technology
Award-winning supervisor of technology and data Frank Pileiro is stepping down from his district position. He shares his thoughts on what his successor might face.
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An award-winning Director of Instructional Technology shares how he’s led successful professional development in his district through collaboration, edtech partnerships, and teacher empowerment.
Peter Robinson, Technology Director at Auburn School Department, explains how his district makes its 1-2-1 program sustainable by selling devices before any are worthless.
The Brigantine Public School district has redesigned its learning spaces and rethought how and where learning takes place. Superintendent Glenn Robbins shares how others districts can do the same and prioritize student-centered learning in the process.