Invest to Save: 10 Purchases That Pay for Themselves Many Times Over
School districts are lowering ongoing costs by investing in server consolidation, collaboration technologies, and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs.
IT Leadership: Recognizing IT Innovators in the Public Sector
Read about groundbreaking programs spearheaded by Michael Johnston of Farmington Public Schools; James Webb of West Texas A&M University; Jerry Jannsen and Robert Sears of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and Gail Roper of City of Raleigh, North Carolina.
ISTE Showcases Flipped Classroom, BYOD and More
At ISTE 2102, Cisco conducted more than 21 hours of presentations to over 1000 educators on a variety of topics, including: the Flipped Classroom, BYOD, CIPA, Show and Share, and Virtual Field Trips. Thirteen sessions were conducted over TelePresence Synch, and many of the sessions were also streamed live over the internet for remote viewing using Show and Share. You can view some of the recorded sessions here:
Mooresville's Digital Conversion
In this session, recorded at ISTE 2012, Dr. Edwards, Superintendent and Scott Smith, CTO of the Mooresville Graded School District, outline the key factors that made the Mooresville Digital Conversion such a tremendous success.
Flipped Classroom 101
In this session, Jon Bergmann, lead technology facilitator at the Joseph Sears School, Kenilworth, IL and Aaron Sams, classroom science teacher, Woodland Park High School, Woodland Park, CO engage in an informal discussion of the techniques of the Flipped Classroom and the structure of a flipped lesson -- from the technical to the teaching.
Managing BYOD in K-12
In this session recorded at ISTE 2012, Cisco Systems Engineer, Phil Yim discuss how to address BYOD related to network preparation, management, and security so that schools have the flexibility to adapt to new services, solutions, and devices.