Total Tech Blueprint: Vetting and Choosing Digital Resources (FP90)

Friday, March 6 1:15 pm–3:05 pm
WCC - 2A

Pre-Registration Required (Open)

Does your school need a blueprint for how to vet and choose quality digital resources for classroom digital tools, blended learning, content management systems, and other resources that fit the instructional needs of diverse groups of students? We have it! Come gain guidance in choosing better digital tools to support your instructional program across content areas. In this work session. Participants will have hands-on exploration, and walk through the vetting process on various platforms guided by a comprehensive rubric. Don’t miss it!

Type: BYOD Workshop
Focus Area: 1:1, Apple, Assessment, Coaching, Coding, CTE, CTO/IT Specialists, Digital Citizenship, Emerging Trends, Google, Leadership, Microsoft, Mobile Devices, Online/Blended Learning, Professional Development, Special Ed, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian, Video, Other
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, All levels

Presented by

Krasandra Holmes Krasandra Holmes, Atlanta Public Schools

Krasandra Holmes is a 24 year veteran educator, 5 years as a classroom teacher and 15 in leadership. She is passionate about education new ideas, best practices and strategies to improve teaching and learning. She has presented at local and national conferences, and conducted numerous professional learning sessions on technology integration, blended learning, personalized learning, and virtual schools. She was the co-recipient of the 2014 21st Digital Technology Leadership award. Krasandra is currently the Director of Virtual Schools and enjoys impacting the lives of both Atlanta Public School students and staff.

Rosalyn Washington Rosalyn Washington, Atlanta Public Schools

A veteran educator of 22 years, Rosalyn is a former elementary teacher and Reading Specialist, turned Educational Technology lover. As a Digital Learning Specialist for Literacy in Atlanta Public Schools, She coordinates and supports Instructional Technology at the district level. Her area of expertise is writing, research and promoting leisure reading. She also provides a wealth of professional development on the integration of awesome digital tools and resources into the content areas. Holding a Ph.D. in Educational Research, Measurement, and Statistics, She is also an adjunct professor at Georgia State University and teaches graduate level courses in Research.