The Education Technology Strategic Assessment is now available to all Ed Tech Professionals.
What is ETSA? An Education Technology Strategic Assessment is a quick-turnaround assessment of your school’s Ed Tech preparedness for your students’ 21st Century needs.
The ESTA will provide a score to rate your school’s preparedness for 21st Century Education Technology needs in these four areas:
- Education Technology Initiatives
- Education Technology Standards
- Project Management Office
- IT Organization
Simply click the link below to take the ETSA quiz and see if your school is ready for your students.
CONFUCIUS IN THE TECHNOLOGY REALM – A Philosophical Approach to Your School’s Ed Tech Goals
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Have you been thinking of the following things: 1:1, BYOD, SBAC, SANs, VLANS, VMware, 365, GAFE, STEM, Firewall, Webfilter, WAN, Workloads?
The TAO of EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY will lift you out of the minutiae and give you a moment of clarity.
Confucius in the Technology Realm is a ground-breaking new approach to the dynamic world of Education Technology.
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In this work, the author has decided to soften on structure and focus on art – to take a philosophical approach to the planning and management of the chaotic and ever-changing realm of Educational Technology – what would Confucius think about Ed Tech?
But while providing a method of inquiry for philosophical guidance, the book is also meant to reinforce the ethereal concepts with real-world, Ed Tech examples.
The ultimate objectives of impacting student learning and achievement and mastery of philosophical self-discipline becomes one and the same – thus, the Tao of Education Technology may be seen as Confucius’ viewpoint, helping identify the path to transcending the organization’s people, policies, and processes to attain a state where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts – where the education technology infrastructure and operational support structure are ingrained and embodied within the organization as a whole.
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Also Available on AMAZON – Darryl Vidal and Michael Casey’s best-selling books on Educational Technology Strategy and Vision.
VISION – the first critical step in developing a strategy for Educational Technology
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VISION – The first critical step in developing a strategy for Educational Technology
This book provides a straightforward approach to developing a school or district’s vision to guide all stakeholders toward a common goal with educational technology. This book is intended for educational leaders to provide a structured methodology for a school or district to develop their own vision of educational technology. This book discusses educational technology in a non-technical manner and addresses ideas and concerns about 1:1 computing and bring your own device solutions (BYOD). This book will answer the following questions:
– Why do we need a VISION for Technology in Education?
– How do we develop our own VISION for Educational Technology?
– Does our VISION for educational technology support our District Strategic Plan?
– How do today’s infrastructure requirements, instructional applications and equipment impact our VISION?
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buy N3XT PRACTICES on Amazon (click here)
N3xt Practices is a ground-breaking advisory book for education decision makers. Its purpose is to challenge the top trends and initiatives of the previous decade in educational technology and bring light to their short-falls and misses. It also highlights successful endeavors and strategies and details a common-sense methodology to move your school/district forward in its technology initiatives while insuring sustainability, and longevity and ultimately, success through results. Next Practices identifies technology-based initiatives, such as Interactive White Boards, Data Centers, and 1-to-1 Computing, and reviews actual implementations and case studies – both successful and unsuccessful – to provide a structure to plan and implement educational technology initiatives practical for schools and districts of all sizes. Next Practices goes beyond the examination of current best practices and redefines for educational leaders NEXT Practices for successful technology initiatives in support of 21st century learning.