3 Inventing classroom technology and how to secure funding for them
Performed by Kevin Hogan, School News, Editor-in-Chief
Upgrading classroom technology is essential so that students feel included and achieve their full potential. Yet funding is always a challenge. But we have the answer.
Join us on September 9th at 12pm ET as our expert panel explores the most relevant technologies to upgrade your classroom and improve learning for all students. Importantly, we will also explore how schools can access funding for these important upgrades by understanding new federal sources, critical timelines, and understanding the checklist you need to ensure your funding has the highest potential for success.
In this exclusive webinar, you will discover:
• 3 main classroom technology trends
• How new technologies benefit engagement, inclusion and social psychology education
How to access funding from incentive programs and annual federal education sources
How to extend technology from the classroom to campus for a complete technology solution
Meet your speakers
Dr. Christina Counts
VP of Education for MiEN Environment
Dr. Christina Counts, VP of MIN Environment, is a proven leader with a successful background in transforming learning spaces into modern engaging learning environments. Dr. Counts has worked in education for over 17 years with experience as a classroom teacher, district instruction leader, school administrator, and digital and innovative learning designer. In her recent position, Christina leads a team of professionals who help schools transform into a flexible, collaborative, and student-centered learning space. She holds a doctorate in K-12 Educational Leadership, National Board Certification, and a Recognized Learning Environment Planner (ALEP).
Principal: Hog New Tech Center
Gyro Hogg serves as principal of the New Tech Center. Jairo is committed to providing the kids in her community with an experience that develops the skills they need to prepare for a changing world. He believes that children should have the opportunity to develop their social and emotional awareness, critical thinking and creativity skills which will lead to the development of deep learning.
Senior Director of Sales, Public Sector Samsung Electronics America
Linda is responsible for the sales direction and growth strategies of Samsung’s B2B portfolio in the education, federal, state and local and healthcare industries. Prior to joining Samsung, Linda Rico held various management, sales and marketing leadership roles in the USA and Xerox, where she was instrumental in innovation and growth through direct and indirect channels. He has more than 27 years of technology experience.