Wednesday, March 14
Room: Holmstead East
The Ed-Fi Alliance and IMS Global Learning Consortium are actively working toward the full-scale adoption of interoperability standards—bringing together IMS learning technology standards with Ed-Fi data standards. Join us in discussing how these standards organizations are collaborating on high need areas such as integrated digital content, assessment, learning analytics, competency-based education and digital credentials to support and benefit school systems and solution providers across the education field.
Presenters: Rob Abel, CEO, IMS Global Learning Consortium; Troy Wheeler, VP Strategic Market Development, Ed-Fi Alliance
Wednesday, March 14
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Brief Session Description: Student-centered learning is achievable when technology works together to ease the way. K-12 districts are establishing technology ecosystems that allow for flexibility and choice, in selecting the digital tools and learning resources that educators want and students need, and enabling them to work together seamlessly. Getting to this pervasive ecosystem requires leadership, collaboration, and a strategy for how to apply technology at scale to improve and personalize instruction without costly customized integrations of online content and resources. Learn what leaders and innovators in K-12 are doing to achieve their educational objectives by moving from a glut of digital tools operating in silos to an educational technology ecosystem that allows educators to implement new instructional strategies and supports the evolution to next-generation personalized learning.
Presenters: Rob Abel, IMS Global Learning Consortium, Chief Executive Officer; Lenny Schad, Houston Independent School District (Texas), Chief Technology Officer; Lloyd Brown, Baltimore County Public Schools, Executive Director of Information Technology; Pete Just, Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, Chief Technology Officer