Boxlight Podcasts: Voices of Education Series
Listen to our conversations with education leaders as they discuss how technology and the design of the learning environment impact student success and motivation. Real stories. Real insights. Real leaders.
BRINGING NEW TECHNOLOGY TO A SCHOOL DISTRICT OF 7,000
RACHELLE BUTZ OF MONROE DISTRICT SCHOOLS
What do you do when technology in your school district is outdated, inaccessible to all students, and only in their hands a few times a month? In this digital age, it’s unacceptable.
This was the exact problem faced by Rachelle Butz, executive director of digital learning for Monroe District Schools in Washington. On this podcast, she discusses the process of integrating brand-new technology across a school district of 7,000 students, as well as how Boxlight helped guide them to success.
TAKING SCHOOLS TO THE 21ST CENTURY
GREGORY HAULK OF HUNTINGTON BEACH CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Technology is rapidly growing and changing, impacting the way we interact with the world on a day-to-day basis. But for many schools, charging forward into the 21st century has been an expensive and challenging endeavor.
Listen as Gregory Haulk, superintendent of Huntington Beach City School District, discusses how technology is allowing students to take more influence into their learning beyond the textbook.
EMBRACING THE INTEGRATED, INTERACTIVE CLASSROOM
ROD SMITH OF CLAYTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
More and more educators are finding innovative ways to bring emerging tech to the classroom. Rod Smith, CTO of Clayton County Public Schools in Georgia, talks about how he has implemented technology in his school district, what the “Digital Classroom Refresh” project has done for the community, and how Boxlight is helping bring students and teachers together—both inside and outside of the classroom.
SOLID SCHOOL FOUNDATIONS, FROM BRICKS TO TECH
JILL PIERCE OF MCMINN COUNTY SCHOOLS
When we talk about bringing tech into the classroom, a lot of the conversations focus on emerging innovations: AI, VR, 3D-Printing, etc. But what about using technology to solve some of the simplest classroom issues, like sight and sound? We sit down with Jill Pierce, CTO for McMinn County Schools, to discuss how suiting technology to each student's needs in a financially responsible way ensures McMinn County’s technology can continue to build on a solid foundation.
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