2021 Takeaways—New Classroom Methods Learned During All This Madness

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
2021 Takeaways—New Classroom Methods Learned During All This Madness
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In this episode of Getting There: Innovations in Education:…Read More

2022 Edtech Predictions—New Year, New Promises

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
2022 Edtech Predictions—New Year, New Promises
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In this edition of Getting There: Innovations in Education, sponsored by Adobe Sign:…Read More

How edtech discoveries during the pandemic can turn into innovations after

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
How edtech discoveries during the pandemic can turn into innovations after
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In this episode of Getting There: Innovations in Education, sponsored by Adobe Sign:…Read More

The Everlasting Importance of E-Rate

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
The Everlasting Importance of E-Rate
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On this episode of Getting There: Innovations in Education, sponsored by Adobe Sign:…Read More

When it comes to edtech, it’s not about the tools but how you use them

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
When it comes to edtech, it's not about the tools but how you use them
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  • New cyber security standards attempt to help secure district networks through awareness.
  • Dr. Matthew X. Joseph, Executive Director of Learning, Providence Public Schools on the power of human networks.
  • How video creation tools can improve parental relations.
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Making Lemonade—Finding Edtech Best Practices From Pandemic Pivots

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
Making Lemonade—Finding Edtech Best Practices From Pandemic Pivots
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In this week’s Getting There: Innovations in Education, Editor at Large Kevin Hogan explores how education leaders are identifying the best practices that emerged from their COVID learning plans.…Read More

Measuring Some Sort of Pandemic Progress

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
Measuring Some Sort of Pandemic Progress
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In this episode: Taking lessons from pandemic teaching, Instilling empathy takes center stage in getting students back to school, and how to improve parent communication.…Read More

Back to School but Not Back to Normal

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
Back to School but Not Back to Normal
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In Getting There: Innovation in Education, Editor at Large Kevin Hogan sits down with K-12 educators, thought leaders, and innovators to highlight the latest in an ever-changing school year. This latest episode, Back to School, but Not Back to Normal, includes: …Read More

Backup Plans

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
Backup Plans
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For Mark Dean, Senior Systems Administrator at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) in Atlanta, Georgia, the cybersecurity war is a never-ending tit for tat with what he calls the ransomware people. Think you have built-in redundancy? They are already after it. In this premiere episode of Innovations in Education—Higher Ed, Mark discusses his strategies for keeping the data, and more importantly, the people safe online at this prestigious institution. MSM is among the nation’s leading educators of primary care physicians, biomedical scientists and public health professionals. An independent, private and historically Black medical school, MSM works to increase patient access to high-quality care and eliminate health disparity in underserved communities.…Read More

Hero Awards Winner: San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) – 1:1 Computing

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
Hero Awards Winner: San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) - 1:1 Computing
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As the second-largest district in California, San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) has more than 121,000 students enrolled across its 181 schools. The district’s student population is extremely diverse. Nearly 6,000 teachers are in classrooms at the district’s various educational facilities, which include 117 traditional elementary schools, nine, K-8 schools, 24 traditional middle schools, 22 high schools, 49 charter schools, 13 alternative schools, and five additional program sites.…Read More