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The Changing Role of the Chief Technology Officer: Round 2

[Listen and learn : Panel]

Monday, June 27, 2:30–3:30 pm
CCC Mile High Ballroom 1D

favoritesSusan Bearden  favoritesAndrew Chlup  favoritesKevin Honeycutt  favoritesAlice Keeler  favoritesDavid Malone  favoritesAndrew Marcinek  favoritesJeremy Shorr  favoritesBrad Waid  
Chief technology officers are now expected to be a part of the instructional mission of the district. Learn from some of the best educators, CTOs, administrators and thought leaders about how the role has changed and how CTOs can best support emerging instructional trends.

Skill level: Intermediate
Attendee devices: Devices useful
Attendee device specification: Smartphone: Windows, Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, PC, Mac
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
Participant accounts, software and other materials: Twitter
Focus: Leadership
Topic: Technology planning and evaluation
Grade level: PK-12
ISTE Standards: Administrators : Visionary leadership
Administrators : Excellence in professional practice
Administrators : Systemic improvement
Additional detail: ISTE Professional Learning Network pick


Proposal summary

Purpose & objective

Effective instruction, while integrating emerging education technology, relies on the support and understanding of the district's IT leadership. When students have robust access to technology and require more freedom in the use of that technology and in access to the internet, IT departments face new challenges to keeping the network safe and stable while still allowing for this critical instructional shift. Learn from educators, CTOs, thought leaders, and administrators about the support they need to teach in this model and learn from CTOs about the ways their roles have changed.

Outline

This moderated panel discussion will include live interaction via twitter. Panelists who are not answering live, will be answering via twitter and interacting with the in-person audience and the broad twitter community. This blended Twitter format was very successful last year and the panel was featured by EdTech Magazine.

Supporting research

The Changing Role of the CTO: http://blogs.edweek.org/topschooljobs/ed_leadership_career_talk/2013/11/k-12_ctos_changing_roles_call_.html Blended Learning in the Mix: The Engaged Administrator: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/blended-learning-engaged-administrator-megan-kinsey

Additional Information

Our panel of world-renowned experts in education will be discuss the present and future of forward thinking instructional experiences: blended learning, open education resources (OER), FabLab and MakerSpace Education, and Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (AR/VR).

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Presenters

favorites Susan Bearden, Consortium for School Networking

favorites Andrew Chlup, Anchorage School District

favorites Kevin Honeycutt, ESSDACK

favorites Alice Keeler, Alicekeeler.com

favorites David Malone, SFUSD

David Malone is the Executive Director of Technology & Innovation for San Francisco Unified School District. He is on the Board of Directors for Computer-Using Educators and a curriculum developer for Leading Edge Certification. He also co-authored the Explain Everything User Manual with the app’s developer, Reshan Richards. David graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and has a Master of Science degree in Education: Educational Technology Leadership from Cal State University. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Innovator, Google Certified Administrator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, New Media Consortium K-12 Ambassador, and CETPA Certified CTO candidate.


favorites Andrew Marcinek, U.S Department of Education

favorites Jeremy Shorr, Teaching Institute forExcellence in STEM

favorites Brad Waid, Two Guys Show