At Edmentum, we take pride in the classroom and technology experience we have. And, we love the opportunity to put that experience to work. Here's five ways we've designed our programs to support technology administrators.
Sean has spent over 25 years as a professional dedicated to advocating for appropriate uses of educational technology to support teaching and learning. He has served as Edmentum's National Education Technology Consultant since 2013, helping Edmentum's customers and account representatives determine the most effective uses for online solutions. Prior to Edmentum, Sean held many roles in the education industry, including classroom teacher, trainer, and leadership roles at the district and state level for K-12 technology administration. He has also served on several state and national technology boards, including the Schools Interoperability Framework Association (SIFA) and the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN). Sean received his B.A. in Communications and Government from King's College, and his M.S. in Instructional Technology from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
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Here’s six best practices for effective partnership between IT departments, other administrators, and most importantly of all, classroom teachers, to drive meaningful use of technology—and reduce stress for everyone involved.
Education Technology Leadership: 9 Questions District Tech Directors Should Ask About Any New Program
District and school technology administrators are asked to fill many roles in leveraging technology in schools. In part two of this series, we're looking at the important questions and considerations tech admins need to take into account when purchasing new programs.
District and school technology administrators are asked to wear a lot of hats. These are complex roles, and as technology continues to play a more and more integral role in education, tech admins’ roles not only become increasingly nuanced but also increasingly central.