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

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

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

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

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

Explore issues related to device selection, network infrastructure, bandwidth, cloud computing, and other technology needed for successful initiatives.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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