Ensuring a Safe, Equitable and Cost-Effective Learning Environment Webinar
Originally presented May 6, 2020
Panelists: John Connolly, Consolidated HS District 230; Amy Liang, Cupertino Union School District; Wade Buchs, School City of Mishawaka.
As K12 districts shift to remote learning, issues of safety, equity, and cost-effectiveness cannot be ignored. While device and internet access are pieces of the puzzle, early data shows that other barriers are at play as well. An edtech effectiveness system offers a foundation on which districts can build a safe, equitable, and cost-effective learning environment for all students.
In this webinar, we bring together representatives from K12 districts across the country to discuss why and how they have implemented an edtech effectiveness system in their districts, the benefits they’ve realized, and what it’s meant for them as they respond to the evolving needs of their students.
This webinar is essential for district and state leaders who want to:
- Understand what edtech usage looks like in their state or community, regardless of where it is accessed
- Promote safety, equity, and cost-effectiveness during remote learning
- Get started on planning for evolving needs of the 2020-2021 academic year
John Connolly: Ensuring a Safe, Equitable and Cost-Effective Learning Environment
John Connolly, Chief Technology Officer, Consolidated High School District 230 (Illinois)
Amy Liang: Ensuring a Safe, Equitable and Cost-Effective Learning Environment
Amy Liang, Director of Instructional Technology, Cupertino Union School District (California)
Wade Buchs: Ensuring a Safe, Equitable and Cost-Effective Learning Environment
Wade Buchs, Curriculum Integration Specialist, School City of Mishawaka (Indiana)