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Digital Equity and 1:1 Programs

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This is an ISTE Expert Webinar recording from August 29, 2018..

Follow a small rural school district’s journey to providing students with free and accessible out-of-school connectivity. Hear about challenges students face when they’re unable to access their education, as well as the district’s commitment and the actions taken to ensure digital equity for all students. Along the way, you’ll see how this district’s plan ties to the ISTE Standards for Education Leaders that emphasize the importance of digital equity and inclusion.

This webinar is presented by Eileen Belastock of the ISTE Mobile Learning Network.




Eileen Belastock, CETL

Bio: I am the Director for Academic Technology at Mount Greylock Regional School Disrict in Williamstown MA. As a former high school math teacher and principal, I have been involved in numerous technology initiatives such as 1:1 iPads/Chromebooks for grade 8-12 students as well as online and blended learning environments for high schools. I am a Google Level 2 Certified Educator, Google for Education Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Innovative Educator. I have presented both in and out of the district on a variety of technology integration initiatives that highlight the importance of professional development and support for both teachers and students. I hold a BA in Accounting from Suffolk University and a Masters in Ed Leadership from Bridgewater State University. I am a MassCUE Board of Directors member as well as the METAA Board Treasurer. I am also the chair of the ISTE MLN Website committee.