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  Tackling iPad Deployment: Q&A with a District Technology Director

 
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How can technology leaders develop an integrated approach to successfully deploy district iPads?

iPad implementation isn’t an easy task—it takes buy-in and strategic planning across an entire district to ensure a successful rollout. Great responsibility falls onto a technology team to execute the heavy lifting of a deployment throughout the year. Watch this previously recorded edition of our District Speaker Series as Technology Director Scott Harris shares how Neosho R-5 School District developed an integrated approach to successfully impact learning with iPads this year.

During this webinar, Scott will

  • Share how administrators across the district worked closely with the technology team to carefully plan and execute an iPad initiative
  • Discuss which tech tools and programs worked, what didn’t work as planned, and how his team overcame hurdles

  • Open the session to Q&A to give advice to technology administrators embarking on iPad implementation

Presenters
Scott Harris

Scott Harris

Technology Director

Scott Harris has been the Technology Director at Neosho R-5 School District in Missouri for 5 years. Prior to his current role, Scott spent 12 years as the Technology Director at Miami Public Schools in Oklahoma. Scott is passionate about technology in the classroom and was instrumental to the iPad deployment at Neosho.

Michael Coleman

Michael Coleman

Implementation Manager

As an Implementation Manager at eSpark, Michael Coleman helps districts across the country deploy iPads for the first time or enhance current initiatives. Michael believes in the potential of educational technology to revolutionize student learning and narrow the achievement gap. Before joining eSpark, Michael worked as a management consultant for Huron Consulting Group where he assisted hospitals to improve their operational and financial performance.