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  4 Steps for an Effective iPad Program

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How to train your staff for long-tem success.

The best administrators know that the key to any new program or initiative is comprehensive preparation and training for your staff. If you’re considering an iPad investment in your district or are restructuring your current initiative this spring, what steps will you take to set up your staff and students for success? Identifying your district’s purpose, building teacher investment, delivering comprehensive professional development, and clearly managing expectations are vital before placing iPads into classrooms.

Join eSpark School Partnership Managers Michelle Acaley and Jonathan Russom in this previously recorded webinar as they share four steps district leaders can take to activate a successful iPad program.

During this webinar, you will

  • Dive into real school case studies to identify characteristics of strong and weak iPad deployments
  • Identify teacher practices that will need to transform with the introduction of new technology

  • Learn components of powerful blended learning professional development

  • Examine methods for setting manageable goals and expectations to set the bar for district success
Michelle Acaley

Michelle Acaley

School Partnership Manager

Michelle began her career working in Finance and Accounting in New York City, and then soon pursued her passion for education. She taught middle school mathematics for three years in Harlem, NY. Coming from a technology focused background, she fought to get technology into the school she worked at. In 2011 she moved to Chicago where she taught High School Mathematics at Perspectives Charter School.

Jonathan Russom

Jonathan Russom

School Partnership Manager

Jonathan taught for three years in the Memphis City Schools and five years at KIPP Ascend Charter School in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood. Like many teachers, he was constantly challenged by the need for differentiated instruction in his classrooms.