From Dysfunction to Innovation in Technology: Overcoming Critical Infrastructure and Organizational Dynamics in Education

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Rowman & Littlefield, Mar 14, 2020 - 150 pages

Tools such as Blackboard and Google Classroom have seen wide-scale adoption and standardized implementation in colleges and universities. So why is K-12 a step behind?

This book will not only answer this question, but it will provide the solution. This is a roadmap that will allow you (yes, you) to become the champion of advanced curriculum development for your school / district and achieve the promise of technology in the classroom.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 Disrupting Education Technology
5
2 Instructional and Technological Innovation Strategy
29
3 Key Technology SystemsFeatures
49
4 A New Name for Redefinition
69
5 The 6C Development Process
81
6 Whats after the 6Cs?
93
7 Disrupting Incremental Innovation
107
8 FullScale T4c Deployment
123
References
137
About the Author
139
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Darryl Vidal holds a Bachelor's degree in Business and a Master's degree in Education Technology and has been consulting for K-12 school technology programs for over 20 years. He has been responsible for planning long-range technology programs for schools of over $2 billion and holds the registered trademark for authoring the MAPIT(R) Strategic Planning and Project Management methodology.

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