Marianthe Williams

Marianthe Williams has been a district level administrator supporting teaching and learning with technology and professional learning for the past 15 years. Most recently, she has supported the River Dell Regional School District in the implementation of their one-to-one computing initiative which is about to enter its ninth year at the high school. In addition, she supports technology infusion into the middle school’s learner-centered environment. Williams created an elite team of technology turnkey teacher trainers within each discipline who provide ongoing, personalized options through face- to-face, on-demand and flipped professional learning opportunities to their colleagues. She is active in several state and local technology director associations and she currently serves on the technology committee for the New Jersey Association of School Administrators.

07/26/16

How many students have the opportunity to pursue their own passions and create their own learning? Learn from Marianthe Williams about how students from Riverdell had this amazing opportunity to do so and to also become life long learners! 

01/04/16

Finding and inspiring passionate learning is a daily goal of dedicated educators. Read the insights of Marianthe Williams and her experience with Intel's Innovative Educator's program. 

10/06/15

How often do you take the time to celebrate successes at your school? Read about how one district has designed a win-win for all! 

07/30/15

There are times when a certain resource is a true game changer for teaching and learning. Marianthe Williams describes collaboration, digital learning and more found with the use of OneNote. 

05/26/15

Expanding an existing one to one program meant getting real-time feedback from those who were using the devices daily - Students and Teachers. Read Marianthe Williams' summary of the benefits of listening to student and teacher voice in making one to one decisions. 

02/07/15

Learn about Riverdell Regional School District helped to foster new learning opportunities by helping teachers to be untethered from the front of their classroom.

01/11/15

Part 3 in a Series: Planning for educational technology integration in schools involves a series of choices. Read about key choices for Riverdell School DIstrict's evaluation of network and productivity tools.

11/13/14

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

10/01/14

What are the critical considerations in choosing devices for one-to-one classroom? Hear about how one district explores essential questions when deciding next steps. 

08/29/14

You cannot pick up a professional journal without reading a title on how to personalize learning for students. But what about our educators? Read on for more about how to personalize professional learning experiences.

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