Sam Gliksman recently posted a slide deck that should be required viewing for any school building a forward-thinking plan.
While the title hints at a mere 10 steps, this presentation alone could spark a full day conversation between admin, teachers, staff, students and families.
I reference Sam’s work on a weekly basis when consulting with school technology programs, and I’ve used a modified version of his iPad deployment survey in Seattle iPad roll-outs. Sam’s perspective spans the worlds of IT, EdTech and administration. To learn more about Sam, visit the iPadsInEducation Ning.
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