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Tuesday, May 24 • 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Losing your Geek: Interoperability Standards, Technology Leadership and Strategic Partnerships

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We have talked about the value of curated standards-aligned content. We grapple with the curriculum planning process that plays out across centralized and localized activity. We dream about teachers sharing resources they have created themselves and student-created materials being considered as valid for instruction. Can we make the transition from technical geek to strategic leader? Can we develop the “human capacity” with and effective vocabulary to “elevator pitch” the shifts in the marketplace and describe a vision for digital content?

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Beatriz Arnillas

Director IT - Instructional Technology, Houston ISD
My background is in the Visual Arts. I taught Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Women Studies and Art History in various Higher Education organizations. I learned to use all the Adobe tools to make digital art, design brochures, lesson plans, training, digital video and HTML back in the 90s. My career evolved on to Education Administration, designing online courses, developing professional staff, and leadership development in the Oil & Gas... Read More →
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Bailey Mitchell

Chief Academic Officer, itslearning
Bailey Mitchell is the Chief Academic Officer for itslearning. He brings 30 years of experience as an educator, and has worked for the past 16 years as the Chief Technology and Information Officer for Forsyth County Schools. Prior to working for Forsyth County Schools, Bailey served as the Director of Instructional Technology at the Georgia Department of Education.

Tuesday May 24, 2016 3:20pm - 3:50pm
Conference Room 8

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