Skip navigation
Please wait while the video is loading. If no video appears, be sure you have the latest Flash plug-in installed.
Highlights
  • The new digital divide is really between those who have access to the Internet and those who don't.
  • Internal clouds are critical to facilitating all of the resources that students are generating and accessing.
  • Moving to the cloud reduces software and hardware requirements. With the cloud, if you have a browser, you can access an app in the cloud.

Participants:

  • Henry C. Thiele, chief technology officer for Maine Township High School;
  • Cameron Evans, national technology officer for Microsoft Education
  • John Williams, chief technology officer for Nashville Metropolitan Public Schools, Tenn.
  • Ross Randall, director of information technology for Hattiesburg Public School District, Miss.
  • Mark Washington, director of technology and media services for the Port Huron Area School District, Mich.;
  • Sam Farsaii, director of instructional technology for the Irving Independent School District, Texas.
More Videos
Arts have a role to play in problem-solving, educators say.
LeVar Burton says we're close to achieving two iconic Star Trek technologies.
Mobile learning platforms have opened the door to new avenues of teaching.
Educators discuss some of the hurdles they've leapt over in the transition to digital assessments like PARCC (...
Educators discuss the merits of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) and project-based learning.
Educators respond to the skepticism of integrating big data with schools.