Remote Learning Insights – How Large School Districts are Making it Happen
As school districts around the country are wrapping up the school year remotely, many are still struggling to do what is best for students, both now and in the future. The goal of this webinar is to provide insights on how two large districts transitioned education to remote learning and lessons learned from their experiences.
Join us on June 23rd as Jason Meyer, Group Product Manager, Projectors, Epson America, Inc. hosts a live Q&A with two leading K12 administrators who are working hard to help their districts adjust to the new normal.
Speakers Mark Hess, executive manager of instruction, technology, and data analysis for Walled Lake Consolidated Schools (Walled Lake, Michigan) a district of almost 14,000 students and Dan Warren, director of technology operations for Des Moines Public Schools (Des Moines, Iowa), a district with 32,000 students, will share the initiatives they focused on, biggest takeaways, their thoughts on what the fall may look like, and more.
We look forward to sharing their districts’ move to online learning.
Meet Your Speakers
Group Product Manager Projectors @Epson America, Inc.
Executive Director of Instruction, Technology & Assessment @Walled Lake Consolidated Schools
Mark Hess is Executive Manager of Instruction, Technology and Data Analysis for Walled Lake Consolidated Schools in Walled Lake, Michigan. He has served in a variety of roles since he was hired in 1993, including Executive Director of Instruction, Technology, and Assessment, Director of Technology & Data Analysis, Middle School principal, assistant principal, Middle School teacher, and Elementary teacher. He was a key leader when the district started a 1:1 laptop program, became a BYOD district, and changed its instructional model by joining their curriculum and technology departments to form one cohesive unit with one integrated plan.
Director of Technology Operations @Des Moines Public Schools
Dan Warren has been with Des Moines Public Schools for more than 20 years. He started in 2000 as a Network Specialist and has been Director of Technology Operations since 2010. He leads the department providing service and support to more than 70 buildings. The department provides secure, reliable, and integrated technology solutions that align with its academic and administrative goals and collaborates to provide leadership and planning for the effective and strategic use of emerging technologies.