One-to-One Computing Lessons Learned: Implement, Evaluate & Grow





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Published on May 2, 2012

Presented by: Mari Lovo & Tomas Rivera
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart

Researching, planning and implementing a 1:1 computing program is a pervasive shift for any school. No matter how detailed and thought-out your process is, challenges might will likely still arise. One of the ways you can prepare for this change is by gaining insights from your peers who have been through the challenges and evaluated what works, or doesn't work, over time. Join Mari Lovo and Tomas Rivera from Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart as they share lessons learned from their 13-year-old 1:1 computing program. Mari and Tomas will discuss challenges and solutions related to:

Wireless infrastructure
School bought laptops vs. BYOD/BOYL programs
Professional development

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