Education Attendees: 
PositionAccount NameCityState
Executive Director, Curriculum, Instruction & Digital LearningOrange County Public SchoolsOrlandoFL
Director, Elementary Curriculum & InstructionOrange County Public SchoolsWindermereFL
PrincipalHernando eSchoolWesley ChapelFL
Instructional Management Systems DirectorOrange County Public SchoolsOrlandoFL
CIOSeminole County Public SchoolsSanfordFL
Senior Manager of Technology and Information ServicesPasco County SchoolsLand O' LakesFL
Manager of Blended & Digital LearningSeminole County Public SchoolsSanfordFL
CIOTampa Preparatory SchoolTampaFL
Senior Administrator Instructional SystemsOrange County Public SchoolsOrlandoFL
Curriculum & ED Technology CoordinatorHoly Family Catholic School, Diocese of OrlandoOrlandoFL
DirectorGateway Resource AcademyTampaFL
Director, Digital Curricululm & Instructional DesignOrange County Public SchoolsOrlandoFL
Coordinator, Instructional Technology & Library MediaOrange County Public SchoolsOrlandoFL
Manager of Blended & Digital LearningSeminole County Public SchoolsSanfordFL
Server Support AnalystPasco County SchoolsLand O' LakesFL
Administrative AssistantGateway Resource AcademyTampaFL
Coordinator of Instructional SystemsOrange County Public SchoolsOrlandoFL
Santa Ana USD
Video Interview with School District Executives on Education Shifts
Cebron Walker, Editor
April 17, 2018

Digital Transition Discussion

Santa Clara Office of Education Conference Center
San Jose Room
1290 Ridder Park Drive
San Jose, CA 95131
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The free game will be featured during Computer Science Education Week’s Hour of Code initiative from December 4 -10th
An increasing number of cities partner with SchoolMint to meet demand for a more accessible and equitable application process for families
The Trade-In Program offers a free two-year warranty on new Chromebooks and removal and recycling of the old devices

Getting Ready for the Age of Experiential Education

Do you need an advantage for your school? For your teaching? A new point of leverage is emerging for schools using advanced networks and anything connected to the Internet for lessons that transcend school buildings and drive unavoidable relevance to your curriculum.

The concept is called “Digital Cohesion,” and it’s already here. This is more than geo aware education applications. It is a number of “micro-applications” coming together to form a spontaneous and immersive education experience.

Let’s put this in perspective. Digital Cohesion in education means using the world and the things in it to interact and drive experiential learning.

There are things you can do now to prepare your networks for this next level of student connection with their learning.


The Timeline to Reach “Experiential” Education: Many school districts are edging up to higher levels of connectivity and are considering institution-wide and remote wireless access. However, hardware installations and Wi-Fi capability is really just a first step. Today’s teacher and learner expectations are shifting dramatically as consumer tech shifts real-world and career realities. Download the paper for the stages of where things will go, the timeline to act, and why.

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Leadership Versus the Classroom, A Paradigm Shift
LeiLani Cauthen, CEO and Publisher
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