Many concepts that work in business can also be applied to school district management: leadership, teamwork, and building trust one interaction at a time.
How you ﬁnd, evaluate, and choose ed-tech products for your schools is a critical factor in your students’ success—and a recent report by the Digital Promise and the Education Industry Association suggests this process leaves a lot to be desired for both educators and software providers.
Differences between Curriculum and Technology occur often with each side remaining steadfast. As technology continues to grow and become a part of the learning process, it will be more important than ever for Curriculum Directors and Directors of Technology to work hand in hand, rather than separately.
According to the Pew Research Center, 65% of adults now use social networking sites. Chances are the majority of your district's stakeholders are part of that community. Learning how to leverage social media is imperative to telling your district's story, connecting with your peers, and driving district success.