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School & District Management Webinar

Making Digital Literacy a Priority: An Administrator’s Perspective

Tue., April 20, 2021, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Join us as we delve into the efforts of our panelists and their initiatives to make digital skills a “must have” for their district. We’ll discuss with district leadership how they have kept digital literacy a priority amidst today’s challenging educational landscape.

Learning loss, differentiated learning, core skills like reading and math – educators have a myriad of challenges and critical issues that are all competing for priority. How can we ensure that we’re building students’ future-ready digital skills in this environment? Better yet, how do we integrate these key life and work skills into our core initiatives? District leaders will share key, actionable steps that their peers can implement, offering blueprints for a successful technology-prepared student body.

Keith Oelrich
Jim Sidick
Regional Partnership Manager
Jill Heyes
Instructional Technology Coordinator Cicero School District 99, Illinois
Abe Tovar
District Instructional Coach Cicero School District 99, Illinois

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