Learning new, helpful, and applicable edtech practices is necessary in today’s K12 education space. That’s why we’ve teamed up with a former teacher and current instructional technology facilitator in our upcoming webinar.
What to Consider When Building a 1:1 Student Device Program
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, What to Consider When Building a 1:1 Student Device Program on Wednesday, April 24 @12:30 PM EDT, to learn how an education technologist built a 1:1 student device program from the ground up.
What You’ll Learn…
- How to design and implement a 1:1 student device program from the ground up
- How to collaborate with and receive buy-in from all stakeholders
- What to consider when selecting external edtech resources
Meet Our Hosts
Instructional Technology Facilitator, Durham Public Schools
After spending a decade teaching high school English in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, and North Carolina, Justin accepted a position at Neal Middle School in Durham, where he has spent the past two years building an unconventional 1:1 technology program from the ground up.
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 building a 1:1 student device program from the ground up, can help you develop, deploy, manage, and optimize your device program for teacher and student success. We hope to see you at the event!
Join us to learn how to build a 1:1 student device program.
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