CTO Bootcamp 6.0
Listen and learn : Panel
Diane Harazin Melissa Prohaska Brian Seymour Todd Wesley
The expectations of CTOs are changing. Do you find yourself wondering how to manage it all? Technology coordinators, IT directors, CTOs and anyone who leads a technology program are invited to join this panel of experts to hear best practices in IT/edtech management. Come early to grab a seat!
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Nothing needed.|
|ISTE Standards:||For Education Leaders:
We will include 4-5 current CTOs in a panel discussion about current events. We will use the experience of the CTOs to share best practices, hint, tips and innovative ideas that will help to solve current problems. We will crowdsource the beginning questions and allow others to ask questions throughout the session. Each CTO will share a variety of information, including links, documents and master plans.
We will begin with quick introductions and then move into crowdsourced questions. We will allow other questions throughout the session. We always have more questions then we have time to answer them all.
All of our material comes from the actual implementation of these action items that our CTOs will be sharing. Everything we share has actually been implemented and/or currently in use at the CTOs district.
Diane Harazin has been an educator for 34 years in Virginia. She has had many rewarding experiences as a coach, teacher, trainer, and district administrator. She is currently the Supervisor of Instructional Technology for Prince William County Schools, the second largest school division in Virginia. She is passionate about transforming teaching and learning in ways that promote learner empowerment and engagement.
Brian is the EdTech Director for Pickerington Schools (Ohio). Brian is leading Pickerington through 1:1 process, through a change in pedagogy of blended learning they have termed “Tradigital Learning.” Under Brian’s leadership, Pickerington has been named the 2018 ISTE Distinguished District of the Year. Pickerington was named a distinguished district by The Center for Digital Education, The Learning Counsel, District Administrator Magazine. Brian was named the 2019 EdTech Leadership School Leader of the Year, 2017 ITIPOhio Tech Admin, 2017 ISTE’s Ohio Making It Happen. Pickerington Schools has been named the model school district for the national Future Ready initiative.
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