Compass Learning

4 Strategies for Technology-Driven Student Achievement: State and District Officials Share Their Wins

Compass Learning



Listen to 4 state and district education leaders discuss how they've employed classroom technology to help their students (and teachers) reach new levels of achievement.


At the end of the session, you'll understand how classroom technologies are:
  • Meeting the differentiated needs of individual students
  • Easily correlating to state standards
  • Using near-instant assessment to drive individual instruction

Wired classrooms aren't some "future state" in the educational world. Districts all around the country are now deploying classroom technology that makes individual student needs a top priority while facilitating quick assessment and reporting for teachers.

Take one hour and listen in as your peers from different districts around the country tell you about their successes and challenges when it comes to using technology in the classroom.

Dr. Steven L. Paine
State Superintendent
West Virginia

Chris Fisher
Assistant to the Superintendent
Pleasant Valley School District

Toni Jones
Instructional Technology Director
Deer Creek Public Schools

Jeffrey Fuller
Assistant Superintendent (K-6)
Seneca Valley School District

MODERATOR: Paul Waadevig Analyst
Frost & Sullivan