ISTE Standards Systemwide: How the Nation's Largest Districts Approach EdTech
Listen and learn : Panel
Sunday, June 23, 1:30–2:30 pm
Christina Basias Francisco Canche JoJo Farrell Sophia Mendoza
Hear from the two largest schools districts in the nation (Los Angeles and New York) to learn about promising practices centered on procurement, partnerships, computer science expansion and how the ISTE Standards support these practices and more.
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Curriculum/district specialists, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Topic:||Educational policy and leadership|
|ISTE Standards:||For Administrators:
Through this session, attendees will hear from the two biggest schools districts in the nation (Los Angeles and New York). This presentation will consist of lessons learned by LA. Unified and NYDOE administrators as they share promising practices of how they are cultivating district wide cultures when it comes to procurement, computer science implementation, partnerships and a deeper understanding of the ISTE Standards through professional development.
Background of LAUSD (5 mins)-the panelist will provide information on the LAUSD (demographics and other information that will give a sense of size of district)
Background of NYDOE (5 mins)-the panelist will provide information on the NYDOE (demographics and other information that will give a sense of size of district)
Sharing of quarterly discussions as large districts, including how this current partnership started at ISTE Colorado (2016) and since evolved into quarterly discussions with various departments (10 mins)
Sharing of lessons learned in dealing with ISTE standards rollout, Learning Management System, Partnerships with Google and Microsoft, Computer Science Implementation, Procurement (30 mins)
Panelist Reflect and Share (5 mins)
Question and Answer (5 mins)
Backchannel will be leveraged throughout the session to capture thoughts and ideas of all participants.
This session is in alignment with the following research and frameworks: Task Force Recommendations, Leading with Instruction, The Presenters Fieldbook, Adaptive School; Foundation Seminar, Differentiated Coaching, Universal Design for Learning, Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability, Reinforcement (ADKAR Model) ISTE Standards for Students and Substitution Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition (SAMR Model), Common Core Standards in Diverse Classrooms.