Educators and students working together is the cornerstone of inclusive innovation. During the edLeader Panel “Inclusive Innovation: How School Districts Can Unlock the Power of R&D to Create Transformative Solutions,” superintendents from school districts across the country that are part of Digital Promise’s League of Innovative Schools shared how they are using research and development (R&D) as part of inclusive innovation.
Presented by Dr. Michelle Miller, Superintendent, South Fayette Township School District (PA); Dr. Michael Nagler, Superintendent, Mineola Union Free School District (NY); Dr. Julie Mitchell, Superintendent, Rowland Unified School District (CA); Dr. Baron Davis, Senior Advisor, Digital Promise; and Kimberly Smith, Chief Inclusive Innovation Officer, Digital Promise
Presented by Amy Eakin, Director of Technology, Northwest Arctic Borough School District (AK); and Sue Thotz, Director of Education Outreach, Common Sense Education
Moderated by Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Regional Manager, Midwest, Common Sense Education
Since 2016, CoSN has been honoring innovative school districts that address digital equity. This year, the prestigious Community Leadership Award for Digital Equity was awarded to Louisa County Public Schools in Virginia.
Presented by Ann Majchrzak, Ph.D., USC Associates Chair in Business Administration and Professor of Data Sciences and Operations, University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business; and Dr. Michael T. Conner, Superintendent, Middletown Public Schools (CT)
Join thie edWebinar to discuss the challenges and benefits of harnessing the human power of community to truly take the digital leap.
The goal of this edWebinar is to increase knowledge of the developmental continuum as it relates to self-regulation, through sensory processing, emotional regulation, and executive functioning skills.
Although many in K-12 are cautious of comparing education to corporations, schools are in the business of educating students and preparing them for life. And one of the most important parts of any business is customer service. During the edWebinar ”Building Trust: 4 Sure-Fire Ways to Improve the K-12 Customer Experience,” the presenters explained why school leaders need to include customer service as part of their strategic plan and offered four steps to start improving school-community relations right now.
Join this edWebinar as we reveal findings from the first-ever national study on school customer service and discover “the invisible thread” that powers the relationship between your community and your schools.
Join us for this edWebinar, as participants will learn how integrating a child’s sociocultural structures and reinforcing those connections through in-school activities can elevate a student’s overall educational experience.