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Tuesday, April 19 • 10:00am - 10:45am
How to collaborate with a vendor when the tools you need don’t currently exist

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How do you design solutions to meet the needs of learners when they don’t currently exist? This session explores the challenges faced and lessons learned from a four-year effort at the Westminster Schools to extend the functionality of the traditional language lab to everywhere on campus in a 1-to-1 MacBook program. Hear about Westminster’s experience searching for lab-alternatives and the collaboration with Swift Education Systems to “reinvent” the traditional language lab. Come explore the “hows” and the “whys” and learn best practices for collaborating with software vendors to develop and incorporate new classroom technology. This session is intended for technology directors and instructional technologists interested in learning how to engage and collaborate with EdTech software vendors to develop new solutions.

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Colleen Glaude

Dean of IT, The Westminster Schools
Colleen Glaude is the Dean of IT for The Westminster Schools, a private, K-12 laptop school located in Atlanta, GA. With over 23 years of experience in education, Colleen's experiences span both public and private sectors as a classroom teacher and as a district-level administrator. Colleen earned her BA in Mathematics with a minor in Physics, and a BS in Secondary Mathematics Education from the University of Maine, Farmington, and most... Read More →
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Louie Huang

Co-Founder, Swift Education Systems, Inc.


Tuesday April 19, 2016 10:00am - 10:45am
Pittman

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