Learning new, helpful, and applicable edtech practices is necessary in today’s K12 education space. That’s why we’ve teamed up with a Technology Director that supports teachers in our upcoming webinar.

Building an Effective Technology Team That Supports Teachers

As an EdTech partner to thousands of educators, we have the resources to help guide your school’s student-device program in the right direction.

Join us for our webinar, Building an Effective Technology Team That Supports Teachers on Tuesday, May 21 @1:00 PM EDT, to learn how a Director of Technology structures his technology team to support teachers in digital learning environments.  

What You’ll Learn…

  • How to build and structure a district technology team
  • How to collaborate with and receive buy-in from all stakeholders
  • Ways your technology team can support teachers

Meet Our Hosts

Devin Arms

Director of Technology, Tippecanoe School Corporation

Devin Arms is the Director of Technology at the Tippecanoe School Corporation where he leads educational and infrastructure technology activities for over 13,600 students and 1,500 staff. Devin believes the meaningful use of technology can enhance learning and instruction and equip students with essential skills that transcend across all disciplines. In his current role, he has overseen an expansion of his district’s one-to-one initiative, deployment of an enterprise learning management system, enhancement of cybersecurity measures, and a host of infrastructure and connectivity upgrades. Devin has earned his Certified Educational Technology Leader (CETL) credential and holds an Educational Doctorate (EdD) in Educational Administration and Supervision from Ball State University. A devoted husband and father, Devin and his family reside in Lafayette, Indiana where they are active members of the community.   

Rachel Green

Demand Generation Manager, Dyknow

As the Demand Generation Manager for DyKnow, Rachel constantly aims to get the right message in front of the right audience to inspire and encourage action. With years of marketing experience in the K12 tech space, Rachel understands the importance of highlighting the educator’s voice. Today, Rachel, a member of DyKnow’s marketing team, helps educators make informed decisions on how to optimize student-device programs in their classrooms.

Understanding all the components that go into structuring a technology team responsible for a 1:1 student-device program can help you support and empower teachers, increasing digital learning thus preparing students for success in the digital world. We hope to see you at the event!

Join us to learn how to build a tech team that supports teachers.

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