1EdTech's Digital Learning Revolution Program: Making the Commitment
Revolutionizing the digital ecosystem of a school district takes both leadership and commitment. In this webinar, participants heard from Tony Hunter, CIO at Broward County Schools in Florida where they’ve implemented open integrated technologies to lower costs and maximize the efficiency of the district's digital learning environment. Learn why making the commitment to open standards was essential to their work.
Guest Speakers: Rob Abel, CEO, 1EdTech Consortium; Tony Hunter, Chief Information Officer, Broward County Schools (FL)
Event Date: Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Making the Commitment Webinar Highlights
- Rob Abel (1EdTech) shared an overview of 1EdTech’s K-12 Digital Learning Revolution Program and provided details on what is required to get started with the program and why implementing the program will impact teaching and learning in-12 districts.
- Tony Hunter (Broward County Schools) discussed the role all stakeholders play as a district starts to transform their digital teaching and learning environment. Tony stressed that technology rollouts need to be tied to instructional-focused initiatives; when teachers see the value in what the district is doing and the potential learning impact it will have on their students, they will be more inclined to support and trust the commitments that are being made.
This was the first webinar in the K-12 Digital Learning Revolution series for K-12 district curriculum and technology leaders.
In this series, you will hear from educational leaders at school districts across the U.S. that are revolutionizing their district’s digital learning initiatives based on open, plug-and-play technologies and integrated curriculum architecture that is supported by hundreds of providers of innovative digital resources, tools, and environments.