Technology Leadership Network


By Ann Flynn
Director, Education Technology

Sunnyside Unified School District

Sunnyside Unified School District

It’s About More Than a Device: Different by Design

Tucson, AZ
May 4 – 6, 2016

Colonial School District

Colonial School District

Personalized Learning in the Colonial School District

Blended and Personalized Learning in the Colonial School District

New Castle, Delaware
April 20 – 22, 2016

NSBA joins CoSN and AASA in digital webinar as part of “Connected Educators Month”

The National School Boards Association (NSBA), Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), and the School Superintendents Association (AASA) partnered to host a free webinar, Building the Human Capacity for a Digital Leap. The webinar focused on equipping school leaders with the knowledge, resources, and networks needed to build the capacity of school systems to move from old education models to enabling individualized learning with technology.

Leading the Digital Leap : Building the Human Capacity for a Digital Leap

This is powerpoint that was presented during the October 27, 2015 webinar hosted by NSBA, COSN, and AASA on "Leading the Digital Leap."

2015 School Board Appreciation

The 2015 20 to Watch winners voice their appreciation for their local school boards.

2015 "20 to Watch" Emerging Technology Leaders

Learn about the 2015 20 to Watch winners. The 20 to Watch program identifies emerging education technology leaders who have the potential to impact the field for the next 20 year.

The 2014-15 NSBA “20 to Watch” honorees are (listed by state/territory):

Prince William County Schools Site Visit Canceled

With great recognition of the hard work and strong program development efforts of Prince William County Public Schools in Manassas, Virginia, the National School Boards Association regrets having to cancel the much-anticipated April 22-24 education technology site visit.

Focus on student learning and transform schools

When Eric Sheninger was a principal at New Milford High School in Bergen, N.J., he said, he spent a lot of time taking away students’ devices at school. “Our excuse was that it had no benefit to learning,” he said. “What we don’t know, we fear, and we make excuses.”

His “ah ha” moment came when he took the device of one student, who told him their school was like a jail. “He was right,” he said.


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