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Tuesday, April 25 • 9:30am - 11:15am
SIS and LMS Transitions: Understanding Needs, Producing a Recommendation, and Implementing the First Drafts

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Schools often depend on platforms such as student information systems and learning management systems to provide a wide array of tools for different aspects of school life. These tools often result in siloed end-user experiences: the business office focuses on the billing aspects of the product while the admissions office focusses on the applicant experience. Classroom teachers may approach their class pages independently from their peers, while students may have different experiences dependent on their schedule. All of this can be further complicated when there are multiple divisions within your school environment. If your school is considering transitioning to a new platform that impacts many stakeholders on campus, this session is for you. We will explore strategies to: better understand individual and institutional needs, create transparency in the decision making process, elicit broad-based buy-in to the new product(s), and plan for a series of successful implementations, evaluations, and iterations. This session will be part presentation and part working group with time allotted to work with peers on developing your own timelines and strategies.

Speakers
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Kali Baird

Director of Education Technology, San Domenico School
As the Director of Education Technology for San Domenico School, an Apple Distinguished School, Kali works with teachers and students of many levels, K-12, designing and supporting the use of technology and digital citizenship. In this role, she also collaborates with others to i... Read More →
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Amanda Buchanan

Independent Focus
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David Levin

Director of Academic Technology, Head-Royce School
Dave Levin serves as the Director of Academic Technology at Head-Royce, collaborating with faculty, staff and administrators to plan and implement new or improved uses of technology.
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Jamie Sullivan

Director of Academic Technology, Castilleja School
Director of Academic Technology at Castilleja School. Have worked in Ed Tech in Independent Schools in the Bay Area for 20+ years. I am interested in innovative professional development models for faculty and blended learning in K-12 education.
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Ash Wilson

Independent Focus


Tuesday April 25, 2017 9:30am - 11:15am
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