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Join us this December for the third annual New Mexico CTO Clinic, NMSTE’s preimer state-wide event and incoporating, for the first time, APS’ Digital Learning Conference. The event will bring together leaders from around the state to discuss the theme of "Leading and Supporting Digital Learning."

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Tuesday, December 6


Sponsor Session: Riverside Technologies, Inc : “Best Practices for 1:1 Programs”

RTI’s Spotlight Session will provide industry “Best Practices”  on 1:1 programs to help K-12 leadership define and achieve their districts’ goals.  Our presentation is designed to provide your district with information for consideration to assure an effective, successful 1:1 deployment with long-term support options to support your districts success with technology.   ProjectRED.Org, (http://one-to-oneinstitute.org/), the leader of 1:1 initiative research, has conducted research in over 1,000 districts that suggests there is much more to a 1:1 implementation other than the device you choose. 


“Project RED: Revolutionizing Education. The first and only national research focusing on academic results and the financial implication of education.  Our findings showed that if effectively implemented, technology programs can lead to improved student achievement and significant return on investment. – ProjectREd.Org

Tuesday December 6, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Alvarado Ballroom F


Sponsor Session:Technology Integration Group: Benefits and Success Behind One to One Device Programs

District strategic planning often begins with fundamental questions:

- What should student learning look like?

-  What outcomes should we strive for? What should we measure? How does it align with our vision?

- What must be done to achieve our vision?

-  How do we insure sustainability?


Answering these questions often leads to the development of personalized learning approaches incorporating 1:1 programs transforming learning environments into dynamic communities of connected learners taking advantage of digital tools.  TIG will discuss resources, research, and best practices for insuring successful 1:1 learning initiatives based on our relationships with organizations that include CoSN, Project RED, the Center for Digital Education, and ISTE as well as our experience deploying and supporting successful large scale learning initiatives across the United States including districts utilizing  Chrome OS, Windows, iOS and MacOS.


John Cowie

Technology Integration Group

Tuesday December 6, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Alvarado Ballroom G