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Monday, April 24 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Building a Mission-Driven Technology Department

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This session is for leaders who need strategies for getting their teams to be mission-driven rather than remaining stuck at the procedural operations level. Too many schools fail to leverage the strategic importance of technology despite its critical importance to the sustainability of the school.  
Attendees will be led through an exercise to design a departmental mission statement that is a natural extension of school’s mission.  Participants will then learn techniques to ensure that the departmental mission serves as a guide for making complex decisions. By constructing a unified vision of how technology should function to support the mission of the school, administrators will begin to look at decisions about technology with a new perspective.  With clarity of vision, leaders can facilitate and foster innovative and sustainable learning practices, remove barriers that focus on control, and empower educators and learners alike.


Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Carey

Jennifer Carey

Director of Educational Technology, Ransom Everglades
avatar for Sarah Hanawald

Sarah Hanawald

Executive Director, Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools
Sarah has been involved in independent school technology and education for more than 20 years, at Greensboro Day School, Cannon School and Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh, NC. She’s served as a classroom teacher, a technology director, and an academic dean and has worked as a cons... Read More →
avatar for Kelsey Vrooman

Kelsey Vrooman

Director of Instructional Design and Technology, ATLIS


Monday April 24, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Terrace B