Finding the Best Path for Your District to Advance its Digital Learning Ecosystem with IMS Global's K-12 Revolution Program
The K-12 Digital Learning Revolution Program is a four-tiered program to help districts of all sizes create and evolve their digital learning ecosystems to support student-centered learning. It’s called the Revolution program because it enables both a straightforward evolution to an ecosystem of digital products based on open standards and provides the foundation for significant improvements in teaching and learning. Where does your district fall on the continuum? How can you get involved and what are the next steps? Hear from districts at each tier of the program to help you identify where you are in your own journey toward open standards.
Guest Speakers: Michael Evans, Chief Technology and Information Officer, Forsyth County Schools, Georgia; Ryan Gravette, Director of Information and Technology, Idaho Digital Learning; Scott Harris, Director of Technology, Neosho School District, Missouri; Rod Smith, Chief Technology Officer, Clayton County Public Schools, Georgia
Event Date: Wednesday, 17 October 2018
This is the sixth and final webinar in the 2018 K-12 Digital Learning Revolution series for K-12 district curriculum and technology leaders.
In this series, you will hear from educational leaders at school districts across the U.S. that are revolutionizing their district’s digital learning initiatives based on open, plug-and-play technologies and integrated curriculum architecture that is supported by hundreds of providers of innovative digital resources, tools, and environments.