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"I was very impressed with the Immersion Training for the teachers and the OTO Digital Coach did a phenomenal job with our staff. The teachers came in feeling very overwhelmed about the new 1:1 program but by the end of the training, they were much more at ease. This training was essential to getting our 1:1 off on the right foot."


Sarah Wood
Technology and Media Integration Specialist
Godfrey-Lee Public Schools




“I just wanted to say thanks for giving me direction with the Principals/Leadership team. I created a walk-through form to collect data, and the principals now have iPads to use to collect that data.”


Tracy Watanabe
Technology Integration Specialist
Apache Junction Unified School District  




“I am glad to see the evaluation shows signs of transformation. That is exactly what we wanted. That transformation has to be attributed to your team’s presentation of their knowledge and experience. Thank you again for your patience, flexibility and professionalism.”


Mary Lange
Ed Tech Resource Teacher
San Diego Unified School District

Project RED I and II

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Project RED I Groundbreaking National Research around Education Technology

Although data gathered over the years have indicated that technology has not achieved the same impact in education as in other sectors of the economy, it has become clear that a few pockets of excellence are successfully transforming schools with technology using specific implementation strategies. The urgent need to understand those successful implementation strategies provided the impetus for Project RED.

Recognizing the connection between education and the economy, Project RED established a second goal: to research the potentially positive financial impact of technology in schools. Surprisingly, very little work has been done on the financial impact of technology in education, unlike the private sector.

 

Project RED II – From Research to Results

There is a national buzz around the Project RED findings.  Project RED II will operationalize the findings from the original research. The goal is to create a cadre of schools and districts who will integrate Project RED findings into their practices. The staff and sites will be supported through a myriad of resources conferences and consultancies to help guide their success.  Those interested may apply for Project RED certification status.

To learn more and GET INVOLVED go to www.projectred.org

 Thanks to our sponsors:

  • INTEL
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • SMART Technologies
  • Pearson Foundation

 

One-to-One Institute is an international non-profit committed to igniting 21st century education through the implementation of one-to-one technology in K-12 education environments.