Leadership Voices

How an Interest in Roller Coasters Inspired True Personalized Learning
Kevin Schwartz
November 23, 2014

Personalized Learning can reach easily across many subject areas. Hear about how an interest in roller coasters inspired true personalized learning. 

BYOD – Consider Your Options Carefully
Bob Moore
November 17, 2014

BYOD programs come in a variety of forms. Discover which choices are the best fit for your school or district. 

One District’s Search for the Next-Gen Device Part II
Marianthe Williams
November 13, 2014

Is your district or school planning for a Next-Gen device? Learn about the strategic considerations taken by Riverdell Regional School District. 

Extreme Makeover - Classroom Style
Donna Teuber
November 8, 2014

What would it take to have an extreme makeover for learning in your school? Learn how to build a flexible environment for fostering collaboration and creativity.

Measurable One to One Learning Success
Michael Stanton
November 6, 2014

Measurable success can be found in one to one schools! Read Michael Stanton's post about implementation and results at nex+Gen Academy.  

Innovation as Mindset
David Jakes
October 28, 2014

What are the characteristics of an innovative mindset? How can schools create an innovative culture? Explore these questions along with David Jakes. 

Can You Answer These One-to-One Essential Questions?
Leslie Wilson
October 26, 2014

One to One programs require ongoing evaluation in order to thrive and to produce the best learning outcomes. Read Leslie Wilson's list of essential questions we should all be asking. 

To Build Trust – Secure Student Data
Bob Moore
October 19, 2014

To secure trust in our systems and people, we must take appropraite steps to secure all data. Read Bob Moore's post about four big challenges to data security faced by schools and districts. 

Communications Built on an Ethic of Care
Diana Laufenberg
October 16, 2014

Quality communication between teachers, students and parents can be facilitated in a number of ways. Learn from Diana Laufenberg about the tools selected by SLA and the reasons behind the selections.

Ten Ideas To Move Classroom Technology Closer To Blended Learning
Mike Gorman
October 12, 2014

What does blended learning look like and how can it be promoted in the classroom? 

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Introducing the New Privacy Toolkit!

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. Learn more about the state of data privacy, federal policies, and the key strategies to ensuring the safety of vital student information.