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Thursday, February 27 • 8:00am - 9:00am
Streamlining and Measuring Innovation and HB3606 Implications

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It is no secret that the education landscape has seen a substantial influx of digital learning technologies over the past few years. With the passage of Illinois House Bill 3606, districts also need to align with specific requirements around student data privacy. The digitization of classrooms and the increased adoption of edtech products are not only supposed to modernize 21st century classrooms, but also increase equity while enhancing and personalizing learning for all students. Despite the immense amount of time, energy and money invested in edtech implementation however, there is a great deficiency in research and tools that examine the utilization and effectiveness of edtech products. Join District 64 as they illustrate how their district is using an edtech effectiveness system to get organized when it comes to edtech, streamline processes and evaluate the effectiveness and privacy statuses of tools in use. This session is perfect for anyone who can benefit from hearing a district’s story about combining usage analytics with teacher feedback and privacy information to help inform district decisions and improve transparency and organization for teachers.

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Mary Jane Warden

Director of Technology, Park Ridge-Niles District 64
Mary Jane Warden has been in education for 24 years in the northern Illinois area, serving in many capacities – as a classroom teacher, staff developer, technology coordinator, and district-level administrator. Her energies have been invested in supporting teachers in integrating... Read More →

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Rob Residori

Director of Partnerships, LearnPlatform
Ed tech management, free Chrome extension, ROI on resources - also craft beer, good coffee, guitar and music!

Thursday February 27, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am
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