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Key Questions and Recommendations for Online Assessment

Embed Technology in Instructional Practice: If students are going to be tested with tech, then they need to be learning that way on a regular basis. He was named as a Digital Principal of the Year by NASSP for exhibiting bold, creative leadership in his drive to harness the potential of new technologies to further learning goals for staff, students, and the school community. She serves on the board of PowerMyLearning Los Angeles and on the advisory board of Project Tomorrow.

Transitioning Edtech to the Cloud

Presenters of the edWebinar, “ Cloud Computing: Taking Advantage of the Latest Technologies,” which is part of the Empowered Superintendents edWebinar series, shared their reasons for switching to the cloud, how it has helped their schools, and their advice when making the transition. In May 2018, district residents approved the first millage increase in 31 years for upgrades related to instructional innovation, school safety, technology access, and career development.


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Essential Elements for Moving to a 1:1 Environment

Moving to a 1:1 environment requires an overhaul of every district building and technology resource. Whether the school’s tech-savvy teachers have the new tool first or everyone receives it at the same time, the speakers agreed that all teachers need to have the technology in their hands at least six months before the students. In addition, inevitably, some staff will leave, and schools should have a plan for onboarding new hires in regard to their technology and learning goals.

Five Steps to Ensure Accessibility for All

Educators need to perform regular evaluations of how the policies, teaching strategies, technology, curriculum, etc., Ann McMullan is a 34-year veteran educator who served as the executive director for educational technology in the Klein Independent School District, located just outside Houston, Texas until September 2013, when she and her family moved to Los Angeles, California. She serves on the board of PowerMyLearning Los Angeles and on the advisory board of Project Tomorrow.

5 Reasons to Address Cyber Security

He is a former teacher but spent 20 years away from the classroom working as a technology attorney and software executive. Prior to becoming superintendent, Dr. Lilly held a variety of roles with the district, including Curriculum Specialist, Director of Technology, and Principal. For 16 years Ann led the team in Klein ISD that provided professional development on technology and 21st century instructional strategies to over 4,000 professional educators serving over 50,000 students.