One-to-one initiatives aren't likely to succeed unless they are supported in multiple ways

one-to-one-BLCSurprise, surprise! Decisions imposed on people suddenly, with no time to get used to the idea or prepare for the consequences, are generally resisted. It’s always easier to say No than to say Yes. Leaders should avoid the temptation to craft changes in secret and then announce them all at once. It’s better to plant seeds--that is, to sprinkle hints of what might be coming and seek input. (Kanter, 2012)

As we explored the implementation of one-to-one student devices, we...

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