Next Generation Learning and Technology
The newest advances in technology and educational software could be a cost-effective way to accelerate student learning and increase teacher productivity. But the most effective educational uses of “next gen” technology may not be what you think they are! This Forum segment featured state and national leaders who are learning about ways to use new technologies to improve student outcomes, and about how that can be built into a school’s budget and master schedule.
Session Moderator: Jonathan P. Raymond, Superintendent, Sacramento City Unified School District
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- John Danner's presentation slides
- Joel Rose's presentation slides
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The 2011 Forum included the following sessions:
- Introduction: Setting the Stage (Forum moderator Carl Cohn)
- Session #1: California's Fiscal Crisis and its Impact on K-12 Education and Community Colleges
- Session #2: California's New Common Core K-12 Academic Standards
- Session #3: Next Generation Learning and Technology
- Session #4: View From the Top: New State Education Policy Leadership
- Closing: Farewell from Trish Williams