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Transform Learning: Track Results for Chromebooks, Google Suite, and Every Application
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Presented by Kyle Berger, Chief Technology Officer, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, TX; Matthew X. Joseph, Ed.D., Director of Digital Learning and Innovation, Milford Public Schools, MA; and Leo Brehm, Product Manager, CatchOn
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Today’s school districts are managing hundreds of digital assets, data points, instructional websites, and applications. These web-based tools provide educators and administrative leaders with a vast pool of data, but finding the time and resources to organize, manage, and analyze this data is nearly impossible, making it a challenge for districts to leverage these analytics to their full benefit.
In this edWebinar, watch Kyle Berger, Chief Technology Officer at Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District in Texas, and Dr. Matthew Joseph, Director of Innovation at Milford School District in Massachusetts, to discover how they are using data analytics to make data-informed decisions, identify trends, and develop targeted professional development strategies. The presenters share their insights regarding the power of data analytics and discuss the positive impact enhanced visibility into their device and app usage has had upon their districts from a fiscal, instructional, security, and operational standpoint.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to preK-12 school and district leaders.
About the Presenters
Kyle Berger serves as the Chief Technology Officer for Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, a school district of 13,500 students located in North Texas. He has over 18 years in K-12 technology leadership spread across districts of various sizes and demographics. Awarded Technology Director of the Year by TCEA in 2009, he has also been featured in several educational technology magazines as well as other published books on edtech. Kyle is known as a transformer of educational technology. His more than 18 years of service is full of vast experiences in one-to-one deployment, complete district revitalization and overseeing of bond programs, and redefining technology in several districts. You can follow him on Twitter @edtechco.
Dr. Matthew X. Joseph has been a school and district leader in many capacities in public education over his 25 years in the field. Experiences such as the director of digital learning and innovation in Milford Public Schools, MA, elementary school principal in Natick, MA and Attleboro, MA, classroom teacher, and district professional development specialist have provided Matt incredible insights on how to best support teaching and learning. This experience has led to nationally published articles and opportunities to speak at multiple state and national events. He is the author of Power of Us: Creating Collaborative Schools and co-author of Modern Mentoring, Reimagining Teacher Mentorship (Due out, fall 2019). His master’s degree is in special education and his Ed.D. in educational leadership from Boston College. You can follow him on Twitter @matthewxjoseph and visit his blog, techinnovation.live.
As CatchOn’s Product Manager, Leo Brehm is actively involved in the design and development of CatchOn. Previously, Leo served as the learning evolution officer (CIO/CTO) for Central Massachusetts Collaborative Public Schools of Northborough. He is passionate about and has a proven history of dedication to the advancement of learning through a schooling model that is both student-centered and personalized. You can follow him on Twitter @leobrehm.
About the Host
Monica Cougan joined ENA in 2012, where she currently serves as the product marketing manager. Bringing over 30 years of experience in technology integration, Monica oversees ENA’s partner program and product marketing initiatives. Monica’s prior work with education and the integration of technology in schools and districts, helps guide ENA’s work with education partners offering outstanding programs to schools. She has extensive experience in building collaborative network opportunities specifically videoconferencing and collaborative technologies. Monica continues to support national organizations advocating for the effective use of technology and supporting the needs of our education and library communities.
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ENA delivers comprehensive technology solutions supported by exceptional customer care to education and library institutions across the nation. In 2018, ENA joined forces with a company who share ENA’s same vision and passion for delivering excellence—CatchOn. CatchOn is a user-friendly data analytics tool that enables school districts to make data-informed decisions about the apps and online tools their educators and students are using. Collectively, ENA and CatchOn leverage their respective resources and expertise to deliver critical services and solutions to America’s community anchor institutions.
CatchOn is a user-friendly data analytics tool that collects real-time data on every device, enabling school districts to make data-informed decisions about the apps and online tools their educators and students are using. In 2018, CatchOn joined forces with ENA, a leading provider of comprehensive technology solutions to education institutions and libraries across the nation. Collectively, CatchOn and ENA leverage their respective resources and expertise to deliver critical services and solutions that help school districts produce positive outcomes in the communities they serve.