December 11, 2013
Be our guest at a live, face-to-face workshop on one-to-one computing and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) leadership. Designed specifically for K-12 superintendents and curriculum leaders, this event will provide you with the information necessary to create and implement a successful one-to-one computing strategy. There is no charge to attend the workshop, and
lunch will be provided.
Dr. Michael Gielniak, chief operating officer for the One-to-One Institute, will lead this six-hour workshop. The One-to-One Institute is a nonprofit organization that emerged from the Michigan Freedom to Learn (FTL) program and now assists schools, districts, states, and countries in successfully implementing one-to-one programs.
Topics to be covered in the workshop include:
• Keys to a Successful One-to-One Implementation
• BYOD Best Practices
• Strategic Implementation Components
• Financial Planning
• Curriculum and Instruction
• Professional Development
• Evaluation and Assessment
Space is limited, so register now to reserve your place for this informative workshop.
December 17, 2013
December 17th, 2013
Leslie Wilson, CEO One-to-One Institute
Noon – 1:30pm
Please join us toward the end of each month to hear from an expert in the education field and network with your education colleagues.
In the spirit of back to school, we will kick-off this compelling, edge of your seat, must see series, this December… Be there or be square! Don’t miss out, it will be fun!
Leslie Wilson is CEO and a founding member of the One-to-One Institute—a Non-Profit Organization helping other like-minded organizations successfully implement one-to-one programs. Earlier in her career, Ms. Wilson co-directed Michigan’s 1:1 initiative—Freedom to Learn (FTL).
Ms. Wilson has also proudly served the public education sector for 31 years in the roles of both teacher and administrator. As a high school principal, Ms. Wilson led the way in award recognition with the National Blue Ribbon and New American High School status. As a change agent, Leslie Wilson engaged adventure-based, outward-bound activities to develop collaborative leadership teams. She is currently Board President of Nexus Academy, Lansing, Michigan—a blended learning high school aiming to redefine education.
As an Education Policy and Program Fellow with the Institute for Educational Leadership, Ms. Wilson created an advanced fellowship program for educational technology leaders. She completed her undergraduate and doctoral coursework at the University of Michigan, has an MA in instructional technology from Wayne State University, and special education administrator certification from Eastern Michigan University.
Ms. Wilson also co-authored the groundbreaking Project RED research, as well as “Technology for Learning—A Guidebook for Change.” As a contributing author, Ms. Wilson has worked extensively with leaders, policy makers, the FCC and USDOE to publish “The Digital Textbook Playbook”.
Ms. Wilson is recognized globally as an expert in education technology—with specific expertise in one-to-one programs. Ms. Wilson frequently writes and educates to support the efforts of others.
As a wonderful, healthy, yummy lunch will be served, you MUST register for each event you choose to attend. To register, please send an email to Manon Blanchet with “ATTENDING DEC. L3” in the subject line.
Not to mention… Serving up the best free pizza and soda anywhere in RNB!
January 20, 2014
Shifting practice from teacher- to student-centric
Meaningful integration of technology
Unpacking the Common Core
Inquiry-based teaching and learning with technologies
A part of the One-to-One Implementation Protocol.
January 21, 2014
One-to-One Institute CEO, Leslie Wilson, and COO, Dr. Michael Gielniak, will be co-hosting this roundtable event with eLearning Foundation in London. Participants will include education leaders from around the globe.
March 3, 2014
The SXSWedu Conference & Festival features four days of compelling sessions, socials, and events for education professionals, industry leaders and policy practitioners committed to the future of teaching and learning.