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Tuesday, May 24 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
K-12 Digital Ecosystems: Today and Tomorrow

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A well crafted digital learning ecosystem has the potential to assist in transforming the learning environment to a student-centered approach. However, we must plan carefully for the future. Although we have immediate needs to address, the systems we build must be prepared to leverage the technologies of tomorrow, including advanced algorithms to improve learning. A panel of districts will discuss the current status of their edtech ecosystems, their goals and their vision for the future.

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Beatriz Arnillas

Sr. Educational Advisor, itslearning
I started as an ESL and World History teacher. After graduate schools I was an Artist-in-residence in Kentucky Public Schools and later Studio Art (Tenured) Professor in PA. I got to design and teach blended and online Art History courses in 2003, to make it easier for students to... Read More →
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Marty Bray

Chief Technology and Information Officer, Forsyth County Schools
Dr. Lessell Martiny "Marty" Bray is the Chief Technology and Information Officer for the Forsyth County Schools. Prior to his work in Forsyth County he was a professor at the University of West Georgia, California State University Fullerton, and the University of North Carolina at... Read More →
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Barbara Nesbitt

Assistant Superintendent for Technology Services, School District of Pickens County
Daniel Ralyea, Director of the Office of Research and Data Analysis at the SC DOE, works with a broad network of decision makers to make the most of his state's educational data. With nearly 750,000 K-12 students in the system, trying to deliver the best results for these students... Read More →

Tuesday May 24, 2016 11:30am - 12:00pm CDT
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