School districts have numerous decisions to make as they plan and launch one-to-one computing initiatives. To help K–12 schools transition into their one-to-one programs, experts weigh in on some of the most important details for teachers, faculty and administrators to remember.
In order for education and technology to blend seamlessly, teachers need to be prepared to integrate the latest classroom tools into their curriculum. Investing in professional development increases engagement opportunities for educators and learners alike, allowing for a deeper understanding of innovative learning tools.
California's largest high school had a lot of data, but no way to bring that information together to yield insights that could inform decisions. Today, they have Kernalytics, a program that educators and administrators can use to better understand and guide what's happening in their schools.