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digitally native need computer help
The Smartphone Generation Needs Computer Help Young people may be expert social-media and smartphone users, but many lack the digital skills they need for today’s jobs. How can we set them up for success? More)
K12 IT leaders work with people
K-12 IT leaders need to work with people, not just tech <https://www.educationdive.com/news/k-12 (More)
change in the K12 sector
Twelve Years Later: What’s Really Changed in the K-12 Sector? (Part 1) By Dave Stevenson     Apr 3, 2019 More)
digital literacy orientation EDAD 828
Digital Literacy Orientation for Cohort 10 Ed Leadership April 6, 219, Jim Johnson and Kim Hiel course https://youtu.be/_J689W1QPrM h (More)
Device Implementation at K12
Fact or Myth? Device Implementation Is Possible Without the Headache! Presented by the Classcraft Learning Team Eric Davis & Kinshasa Marshall @classcraftgame eric@classcraft.com kinshasa@classcraft.com More)
EdTech and the world
What the World Can Teach the US About Education Technology By Wade Tyler Millward     Mar 24, 2019 More)
Chief Privacy Officers
Chief Privacy Officers: The Unicorns of K-12 Education By Emily Tate     Feb 25, 2019 More)
a technologically literate graduate
Profile of a technologically literate graduate By Jorge Valenzuela 1/7/2019 https://www.iste.org/explore/articleDetail?articleid=2329 When (More)
educators and innovation
What Educators Really Think About Innovation (Infographic) January 8, 2019 https://www.edweek.org (More)
disrupting education with technology
Nancy Bailey: Disrupting Education with Technology is Unhealthy for Children https://dianeravit (More)
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