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  1. 1. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Using Ed-Tech Tools for Individualizing Education Shawn Gross , Managing Director, Digital Millennial Consulting Eric Sheninger , Principal, New Milford High School, New Jersey Thomas D. Whitby , Adjunct Professor, St. Joseph’s College, New York Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions
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  3. 3. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Using Ed-Tech Tools for Individualizing Education Shawn Gross , Managing Director, Digital Millennial Consulting Eric Sheninger , Principal, New Milford High School, New Jersey Thomas D. Whitby , Adjunct Professor, St. Joseph’s College, New York Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions
  4. 4. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Does your school or district provide laptops or other mobile computing devices to students? A: We provide mobile computing devices to every student. B: We provide mobile computing to more than 50 percent of students. C: We provide mobile computing devices, but to fewer than 50 percent of students. D: We do not provide mobile computing devices to students.
  5. 5. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Using Ed-Tech Tools for Individualizing Education Shawn Gross , Managing Director, Digital Millennial Consulting Eric Sheninger , Principal, New Milford High School, New Jersey Thomas D. Whitby , Adjunct Professor, St. Joseph’s College, New York Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions
  6. 6. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive “ Social Networking Goes to School” more: www.edweek.org/go/21century “ I used to be the administrator that blocked every social media site, and now I’m the biggest champion. I’m just someone who is passionate about engaging students and growing professionally, and I’m using these free tools to do it.” --Eric Sheninger, New Milford High School Principal Digital Directions , Spring/Summer 2010
  7. 7. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Using Ed-Tech Tools for Individualizing Education Shawn Gross , Managing Director, Digital Millennial Consulting Eric Sheninger , Principal, New Milford High School, New Jersey Thomas D. Whitby , Adjunct Professor, St. Joseph’s College, New York Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions
  8. 8. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Does your district or school allow students and staff access to social networking sites for educational purposes? A: Yes, we allow access to all social networking sites. B: We allow limited access to some social networking sites. C: No, we block all social networking sites.
  9. 9. Washington D.C. , October 5, 2010 #edweeklive Using Ed-Tech Tools for Individualizing Education Shawn Gross , Managing Director, Digital Millennial Consulting Eric Sheninger , Principal, New Milford High School, New Jersey Thomas D. Whitby , Adjunct Professor, St. Joseph’s College, New York Moderator: Michelle R. Davis , Senior Writer, Education Week Digital Directions

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