Large District Track

Large District Forum
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We invite you to attend CoSN’s Large District Forum during the CoSN 2018 Annual Conference scheduled for Wednesday, March 14 from 10:00 am – 11:30 am.  We hope you will join us in Washington, DC for this special event designed for education technology leaders like you (CIO, CTO, CAO and others on your senior team) from large and mega-large school districts.

The 2018 Forum will focus on Change Management and Organizational Development in Large School Systems.

All large districts experience change, whether it be a new leadership structure, budget shifts, or enterprise system implementation. In this session, participants will understand the importance of investing in change management practices and organizational development structures to enable, not inhibit, positive change in large districts.  Hear how this focus is being implemented in large districts such as Boston, Houston and San Francisco, then engage in an interactive conversation about how to bring strategies and tools back to your district to support your change efforts.

Breakout Sessions

In addition, throughout CoSN’s 2018 Annual Conference there will be a Large District Track with sessions specially designed for you and your team. Learn and share best practices with your colleagues, develop new strategies, and identify ways to overcome the specific challenges your school districts face. These sessions will be presented on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13-14, and include

Creating Interdepartmental Partnerships to Address 21st Century Issues
Primary presenter: James Corns, Baltimore County Public Schools

Building Digital Districts: Partnership Strategies for digital transformation
Primary presenter: Melissa Dodd, San Francisco Unified School District

We See the Light
Primary presenter: Karen Fuller, Houston ISD

Creating a District Wide Digital Equity Action Plan From The Ground Up
Primary presenter: Matt Hiefield, Beaverton School District

Tech and People: Designing Learning Experiences for the 4th Revolution
Primary presenter: Tom Ingram, The School District of Escambia County

Workshop: Exponential Change – Designing Learning in the 4th Industrial Revolution
Primary presenter: Frankie Jackson, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD

Digital Materials that Maximize Impact for All Learners
Primary presenter: Jessica McKay, Ysleta Independent School District

Go for LaunchED! Developing sustainable 1:1 in a large urban school district
Primary presenter: Mariel Milano, Orange County Public Schools

TACtical Technology Vision Maneuvers
Primary presenter: Adriana Murillo, Socorro Independent School District

BSDs Movement to Online Registration & Verification of Enrollment
Primary presenter: Jim Newton, Beaverton School District

Technology and Leadership to Support Personalization
Primary presenter: Brenda Quintanilla, Houston Independent School District


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