PROJECT: Project direction for CoSN’s Smart Education Networks by Design. The SEND Initiative provides tools and resources to district technology leaders for building networks in an environment of exponential growth.
We believe every child, regardless of zip code or circumstance, deserves an exceptional education. We believe that with technology it is possible to reach all children while making learning personal, authentic, human, and meaningful. Our mission is to serve the educators, innovators, and leaders who are delivering on this promise of learning and teaching with technology.
implementing mobile learning, making technology transparent, leading change, self-organizing cultures, student agency and ownership, engaging communityLearn More
reality checks, strategic advice, disruptive innovation, product roadmapping and evolution, avoiding pitfalls, skating to where the money will beLearn More
placing technology in the service of education, establishing thought leadership, white papers and presentations, outreach, pilot projectsLearn More
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PROJECT: What happens when 5th graders are given the personal, connected devices and the freedom to use them for both academics and their own purposes? e-Mergents funded and managed a collaborative “guerrilla research” project to find out.
CoSN – Mobile Learning
PROJECT: Project direction for CoSN’s Leadership for Mobile Learning Initiative. The LML Initiative helps educational leaders overcome the barriers and develop, plan, implement and manage policies to effectively enable mobile learning.
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smart parents, surprisingly powerful
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