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favorites Personalizing Technology PD Through Learning Analytics Data

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Tuesday, June 30, 4:00–6:00 pm
PCC Broad Street Atrium, Table 25
favoritesSharon BrownfavoritesMaggie Hos-McGranefavoritesShabbi Luthra

Explore how you can use a visual tool to interpret your school’s technology integration audit data when creating a personalized tech PD plan for teachers. We'll share survey templates, PD plan templates, technology audit strategies and technology integration coaching models. Recommended by ISTE’s Innovative Learning Network

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Skill level: Beginner
Device requirements: Participant devices not needed
Focus: Professional Learning
Topic: Professional Development Models
Grade level: PK-12
ISTE Standards: Administrators : Excellence in Professional Practice
Coaches : Professional Development and Program Evaluation
Teachers : Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments
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favorites Sharon Brown, American School of Bombay

Sharon Brown-Peters is the Director of Education Technology for the Secondary School at the American School of Bombay. She has published research in the area of online collaboration for high school students and social media and has been awarded several ISTE Online Learning Awards for multimedia and global collaborative projects. Currently she is facilitating the technology integration coaches at ASB, working with the Research and Development task forces and is teaching online courses through the ASB Online Academy. Her capstone project for a recent graduate degree was in the area of prototyping a Mobile Learning initiative.

favorites Maggie Hos-McGrane, American School of Bombay

Maggie Hos-McGrane has been teaching in international schools for 26 years and is currently the Director of Educational Technology for the Elementary School at the American School of Bombay. Maggie is a Google Certified Teacher. She has presented at conferences in Europe, Asia, North America and South America about the International Baccalaureate program and ICT integration. In October 2013, she was a keynote speaker at Learning 2.013 in Singapore and led workshops about the SAMR and TPACK models. Maggie is an IB Workshop Leader and School Visitor. She co-presented sessions on BYOD at ISTE 2013 and 2014.

favorites Shabbi Luthra, American School of Bombay

Shabbi Luthra has worked for over two decades in various teaching and leadership roles in international schools in the field of educational technology. Her work is focused on the development of stakeholder ownership of technology integration, and on creation of technology-enriched learning environments that support students’ acquisition of 21st century skills. She is currently the Director of Research and Development, and Technology at American School of Bombay, and is focused on working with teams of stakeholders to design, prototype, research, and develop new designs of schooling for this century. You can connect with Shabbi @shluthra and