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  Protecting Your iPad Investment

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Tips from Superintendent to Student

You advocated for an iPad initiative and secured the funding to do so—the last thing you want is for several mishaps to occur during the first week of school. Whose responsibility will it be to track lost iPads, fix broken screens, and build policies to encourage and enforce student accountability throughout the year?

During this previously recorded webinar, join us as we identify common pitfalls associated with launching technology initiatives to help stakeholders across the district build strategies that will begin protecting your iPad investment before the first school bell rings.

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  • District administrator? Learn how other schools select insurance options and communicate policies with parents and students in order to structure a program that is right for your community.
  • Technology director? Decide which device restrictions and usage guidelines should be communicated for safe and effective iPad instruction.
  • Building leader? Establish policies and workflows to escalate problems from your teachers to the program administrators.
  • Teacher? Build student procedures to create a strong culture of individual and classroom accountability.



Carrie Conover

Strategic Accounts Manager

Carrie Conover is a Strategic Accounts Manager at eSpark. Carrie experienced the power of iPads in the classroom first-hand while teaching 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade in the Chicago Public Schools. She found it inspiring to see all students grow through a blended learning model and is thrilled to share those experiences in schools around the country. Carrie began her career in the education department of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and then spent 10 exciting years as a teacher.