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Single Point of Contact for School Communications

School communications are messy. They include multiple people, channels, langauges, and approaches. When creating school communications plan, it is vital to consider the user experience more than the information the school is looking to provide. This means looking at internal and external stakeholders and aiming for a single point of contact for each group.

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Wearables 1 – Introductions to the Education Panel at Wearable Technologies USA 2019

Come join us for the Education Panel at Wearable Technologies USA 2019 being held in San Francisco on July 9 & 10.

In this video, we introduce members of the education panel and our master class on Educational Technology markets.

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Wearables 5 – Join Us at Wearable Technologies USA 2019 in San Francisco

Come join us for the Education Panel at Wearable Technologies USA 2019 being held in San Francisco on July 9 & 10.

In this video, we talk about the panel and our educational technology marketing and sales master class. Come Join Us at the conference!

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Women in EdTech Leadership

The dearth of women in EdTech leadership is a major problem. In this vlog, I talk about the lack of women in educational technology leadership despite the percentage of women in teaching positions. I talk about the need to give women equal opportunities for leadership tasks as men normally get prior to taking full time leadership roles. I also discuss the women in leadership panels that I was honored to serve on in 2019 and the hope I have that all leaders, men and women, will help address this problem.

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Unified Data Systems – Buy, Build, or Borrow

In this vlog post, I talk about the three approaches to creating unified data systems in schools: Buy, Build, or Borrow. Schools need ecosystems of data where the data moves seamlessly between each system and thereby each department. Schools can create this in one of three ways: Buy, Build, or Borrow. Buy a complete system, Build one from scratch, or Borrow several “best of breed” systems and put them together.

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I’m Not Sold on ARVR…Yet

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are sweeping schools around the world, but I am not seeing the true learning impacts with them…yet. In this vlog post, I talk about AR/VR in education and what it has done over the past several years. I talk about the potential for ARVR to impact teaching and learning and how it has not met that potential…yet.

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Jeff Bradbury – Educational Podcasting – Global Conversations

In this episode of the Global Conversations series, we talk with Jeffrey Bradbury from the TeacherCast network. Jeffrey is globally known for his work in professional podcasting and educational podcasting. We talk about the two types of podcasting with tools, tips, and tricks for putting together great podcasts for all.

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