10 Step Process to Evaluate Non-Instructional Technology

Schools, their leaders and their faculty, have invested time and money into technology systems that collect data and communicate with others. Moving from paper for communication, attendance, grades, and discipline has been a goal for schools over these past decades. Two different types of professionals have been involved in the transition from paper to technology. One group is teachers who have an interest and ability in technology who have stepped up into these leadership roles. The other group is comprised of non-educators who have found themselves with a valuable contribution to make in our educational environments. Both groups have strengths and limitations.   Read more...

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