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Implement successful technology initiatives

  • Privacy

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    Privacy

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    Data-driven decision making provides an opportunity to improve student-achievement, program monitoring, and academic accountability in today’s schools. But protecting student privacy is as vital to the process as the latest tools and technology.

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  • Active Learning Spaces

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    Active Learning Spaces

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    See how smartly designed learning spaces create a more engaging experience for instructors and students.

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  • Assessing Students

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    Assessing Students

    Discover the resources and strategies for assessing student learning and ways to clarify performance criteria.

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  • BYOD

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    BYOD

    Explore resources for planning and implementing a BYOD program at the school or district level.

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  • Common Core

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    Common Core

    Learn how to adapt your curriculum and assessment methods to address Common Core State Standards.

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  • Digital Curriculum

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    Digital Curriculum

    Investigate research-based practices behind the decision to go digital.

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  • Funding

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    Funding

    View funding models for e-learning and consider options for financing technology initiatives.

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  • Infrastructure

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    Infrastructure

    See how successful schools and districts are implementing powerful network infrastructure solutions to improve learning.

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  • One-to-One

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    One-to-One

    Learn more about the strategic planning and research-based methods required for creating sustainable and successful 1:1 programs.

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  • Personalized Learning

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    Personalized Learning

    See how personalized learning, tailored to each student's strengths, needs, and interests, maximizes student engagement and achievement. 

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  • Pilots & Proof of Concept

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    Pilots & Proof of Concept

    Learn the crucial steps involved with planning and implementing a proof of concept of your education technology initiatives.

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  • Policy and Leadership

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    Policy and Leadership

    Explore how policies in education can keep pace with the development of new technologies.

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  • Professional Learning

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    Professional Learning

    Learn about PLCs and other powerful approaches to the teacher support and professional learning essential to success.

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  • Program Evaluation

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    Program Evaluation

    Evaluate the impact of your e-learning program using a variety of assessment measures.

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  • STEM

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    STEM

    Discover the critical role that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education plays in driving innovation.

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blogs

Learn from leading voices

Gathering support for educational technology initiatives means involving diverse groups of stakeholders. Read Donna Teuber's post to learn how to build support for Blended Learning.

Passion and commitment of caring educators, the power of numerous technologies, self-directed/driven learners and many support levers created perfect conditions for the unlikely results showcased in an upcoming movie, “Spare Parts”. 

What do PBL, STEM and technology integration have in common? Read as Mike Gorman explores three initiatives and the important roles they take to make a wonderful classroom learning environment for students. 

Is your school or district considering the implications of BYOD? Read Elliott Levine's post to view important issues at hand! 

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New Toolkit: Privacy

Introducing our new Privacy toolkit. Visit the toolkit to learn more about the state of data privacy, federal policies and the key strategies to ensuring the safety of vital student information.

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Be one of 15 lucky winners of an Android tablet with Intel Inside®, courtesy of Intel® Education. It's Simple, all you have to do is fill out the form, follow @k12blueprint on Twitter and tweet your entry using #k12blueprintgiveaway and you could win. Hurry: entries due January 5, 2015 by midnight PST.