1:1 Lessons

Webinar – Lessons from the Trenches with 1:1

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADigital Wish has placed one-computer-per-child  initiatives in 30 schools across the state of Vermont.  From fear to excitement, from ordering to deployment, from research to realization, hear about the success and challenges of the journey.  We’ll describe the surprising paradigm shift witnessed in each school and the reasoning why a 1:1 program is absolutely essential.  Explore the importance of a technology initiative in the context of the global economy and our own children’s future. Then we’ll share the heart warming successes and often humorous tragedies that shaped our initiative.

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Speaker Bio

Heather Chirtea
Executive Director/Founder, Board President

HeatherProfilePicHeather Chirtea is Digital Wish’s founder and Executive Director. Previously, as the longstanding president of Tool Factory, an educational software publisher, Heather traveled widely throughout the United States to conduct over 400 lively seminars on classroom technology integration each year.  With a dual B.S. in communications and operations management (statistics) from Syracuse University, Heather has co-authored five books on classroom technology; designed more than 60 hands-on technology seminars for educators; launched online services for classroom clip art, worksheets, lesson plans, and formative testing and assessment; and written over 5,000 standards-based test questions. She serves on the board of directors for VITA-Learn (VT) and New England ISTE technology associations.  Digital Wish has granted over 13 million dollars in technology to American schools.

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