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"I was very impressed with the Immersion Training for the teachers and the OTO Digital Coach did a phenomenal job with our staff. The teachers came in feeling very overwhelmed about the new 1:1 program but by the end of the training, they were much more at ease. This training was essential to getting our 1:1 off on the right foot."

Sarah Wood
Technology and Media Integration Specialist
Godfrey-Lee Public Schools

“I just wanted to say thanks for giving me direction with the Principals/Leadership team. I created a walk-through form to collect data, and the principals now have iPads to use to collect that data.”

Tracy Watanabe
Technology Integration Specialist
Apache Junction Unified School District  

“I am glad to see the evaluation shows signs of transformation. That is exactly what we wanted. That transformation has to be attributed to your team’s presentation of their knowledge and experience. Thank you again for your patience, flexibility and professionalism.”

Mary Lange
Ed Tech Resource Teacher
San Diego Unified School District



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    • The One-to-One Institute Approach

      One-to-One Institute’s mission is to provide support services for developing successful and sustainable 1:1 computing programs.

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      If you plan to implement a one-to-one learning program, there is no need to start from scratch.  Take advantage of OTO’s experience with hundreds of successful one-to-one programs and our knowledge of the Key Implementation Factors that we determined from Project RED’s research.

      OTO offers schools and districts a One-to-One Implementation Protocol designed to guide the planning and implementation process, as well as the development of leadership and instructional practices that will lead to a successful and sustainable one-to-one learning program.

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      One-to-one learning provides students and teachers with their own personal portable technology devices connected wirelessly to the Internet.  These devices enable teachers to provide highly personalized and targeted learning experiences.  Students use their devices for everything from research and inquiry-based projects to collaboration, presentations, content creation, and assessments.  All learning resources and activities are at their fingertips - anywhere, anytime.  With one-to-one learning, students not only master core subjects but gain skills vital to success in the 21st century workplace.

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      One of the greatest challenges when implementing a 1:1 computing program is finding the funds to sustain the program over the long-term. We know from our experience with hundreds of 1:1 program implementions that these programs are not sustainable unless the district allocates ongoing operating funds to the project.

      OTO can help you find these funds. We provide expert analysis of current district expenditures and make recommendation that can lead to cost savings and the ability to redeploy assets to fund your program.

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    • As more mobile computers pour into schools, some parents express concerns

      Pardon Shawnee Mission parent Malinda Sutton if she feels like a desperate gunner in the old “Space Invaders” arcade game.

      She knows MacBooks and iPads…

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    • St. Paul students will soon have iPads, but classroom plan still unclear

      When the St. Paul school district begins giving students Apple iPads this fall, district officials hope that the devices will allow teachers to instruct in…

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    • Springfield schools’ $6M tech plan seeks to avoid pitfalls

      SPRINGFIELD — At least two Clark County school districts are looking to adopt one-to-one technology plans next year, a move that can be expensive and…

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    • BYOD, Chromebooks: Finding the cloud cheaply

      Getting into the cloud takes Internet access. How that is done depends on a school district’s philosophy, economics and community connections.

      Nearly every public school…

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    • Miami-Dade schools purchase thousands of interactive whiteboards with bond money

      By the next school year, every classroom in Miami-Dade County will boast a high-tech teaching tool that is a cross between a touch-screen tablet computer…

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    • Tablets proliferate in nation’s classrooms, and take a swipe at the status quo

      Social studies students in a District middle school use a touch screen to swipe through the articles of the Constitution. A fifth-grade teacher in Arlington…

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