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Leading Ed-Tech Initiatives in a World of Changing Definitions of Literacy – Ed Talk! With Joseph Williams

May 24, 2019 8:08

“We did not want to separate technology from teaching and learning. It needed to be an integral part of it.” 2017 Leaders To Learn From honoree Joseph William discusses his work in educational technology in a short discussion with attendees at Education Week’s Leaders To Learn From event in Washington. Joseph Williams is the executive director of technology for the Perris Union High School District in Perris, Calif. Read his leader profile, “Smart Ed-Tech Strategy That Comes From the Classroom”: https://leaders.edweek.org/profile/joseph-williams-executive-director-educational-technology/

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