Inside one district’s walls, the traditional classroom environment has changed. Primary students throughout the district are rapidly impressing teachers with their innate technological prowess. Tenured teachers are amazed by newfound levels of student independence. Differentiated learning is happening every day—and yet, teachers have more free time than ever to provide targeted small group instruction.
At Salamanca City Central School District, the recent implementation of iPads in primary grades activated a paradigm shift. Watch this previously recorded webinar with the district superintendent as he discusses successes of the initiative, early challenges, and advice for other districts as they integrate new technology.
Best practices to help reluctant teachers successfully adopt new technology, increase classroom engagement and independence, and target the needs of special education students
Additional advice to answer questions specific to your district’s initiatives
Mr. Robert Breidenstein
Robert Breidenstein was appointed as the Superintendent of Salamanca City Central School District in 2011. Prior to his current role, he served as the Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Services at the Tonawanda City School District and the Director of Special Education and Elementary Principal for a combined eight years at West Seneca School District. Mr. Breidenstein also served administrative or councilor positions at the elementary, middle and high school levels at Orchard Park, Oakfield-Alabama, and the Western New York BOCES system.