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Date Title
June 10, 2018 Our Updated Mission
November 10, 2017 Personal Paths to Growth
September 19, 2017 ‘Retooling’ Our Reality
August 22, 2017 We Know How to Get it Right!
July 17, 2017 Onboarding for All
June 21, 2017 AdvancEd and Project RED III Findings Sync
June 6, 2017 Is America’s Obsession with Competition Improving Learning Outcomes?
May 15, 2017 Just In Time-Learning Always On-Future
May 2, 2017 Calling a State of Emergency: American High School Dropouts
April 20, 2017 A Mosaic of Best Practices
April 4, 2017 Breaking the Cycle of Failed Innovations
March 20, 2017 Sprout or Restrain – Leaders Have the Power
March 10, 2017 Respect: The Foundation for Personalized Learning
February 20, 2017 Talent: Must Develop and Deliver
February 6, 2017 Change Leadership: A New Focus for Administrator Preparation Programs
January 18, 2017 The Bull's Eye Approach
January 5, 2017 The Challenge of Raising Student Achievement
December 7, 2016 The New Digital Divide
November 21, 2016 Peace and Progress
November 8, 2016 The Brain, Pedagogy, and Student Outcomes
October 17, 2016 Cyber Thinking, Feeling, Responding
October 5, 2016 Your Ed Tech Implementation Will Fail!
September 20, 2016 Disruption? Has It Happened?
June 8, 2016 Nothing Really New- but a Perspective on Ed Tech
May 5, 2016 Portrait of Shovel Ready 1:1 District

April 19, 2016

Minecraft Generation: Gaming Big Benefits

March 3, 2016

Liftoff: Nevada Ready 21

February 16, 2016

Essential Steps for Edtech Success

January 4, 2016

What "Teach for America" Taught Me

December 7, 2015

The Challenge of Transforming Principal Leadership

November 16, 2015

Sharing the Shift-Change in Schools

November 3, 2015

Old, New, Fail, Succeed: Better Together

October 19, 2015

Choice, Competition and Unintended Consequences

October 5, 2015

Blended Research: Learning with Technologies

August 20, 2015

How Do You Make Teachers Great?
August 3, 2015
Keep It Personal
July 9, 2015
Invent, Please
June 1, 2015
The McDonald's Effect Among School Leaders
May 19, 2015
Top 10 Comments from District Leaders Who Implemented 1:1 From a Top 10 List
May 4, 2015
Data Says: Shift IS Happening
April 20, 2015
Build Your House on a Strong Foundation: Setting up the Digital Classroom
April 6, 2015
"A Little Bit Better" Isn't Enough
March 20, 2015
Part 2 of Innovation Everywhere but Never the Change We Seek: Public Charter Districts
March 6, 2015
The Positive Impact of the Right Leadership
February 20, 2015
Innovation Everywhere, But Never the Change We Seek
February 6, 2015
System Shift Required
January 24, 2015
Are High Test Scores the Measure of a Quality School?
January 9, 2015
"Know Me." Signed a Learner
Dec 19, 2014
Real Change Takes Time and Courage
Dec 5, 2014
Messy Business: Real "Change"
Nov 21, 2014
A New Way of Looking at Choice and Accountability
Nov 7, 2014
Informing Practice-ADHD, Shadowing, Engaging
Sep 8, 2014
The Heart of the Matter
July 31, 2014
Passionate Disregard for the Usual rules
June 19, 2014
Revolutionizing the Ecosystem
March 20, 2014
Learning from March Madness
March 3, 2014
Disrupt? No, Enable!
November 1, 2013
Stop the Madness of Blindly Dumping Technology Into the Classrooms
August 19, 2013
August 2013 Hot Topics
July 25, 2013
Differentiated PD for 1:1 - It's Personal
July 23, 2013
Use of Technology & Teacher Expectations in 1:1
June 21, 2013
Inquiry-based learning sparks innovation and collaboration
June 10, 2013
WEBINAR: Mooresville & Piedmont Districts share best practices on the Financial Implications of EdTech
May 29, 2013
Harnessing Technology's Full Potential
May 23, 2013
Four Critical Steps to Understanding and Reducing Digital Inequities
May 20, 2013
The Role of Technology As We Transition to the Common Core State Standards
May 17, 2013
The Flipped Classroom Delivery Model: Evidence of its Impact
May 16, 2013
The Blended Learning Approach
April 25, 2013 Are Educators Ready for Personalized Learning?

Project RED I, II, & III

Projectred

 

Introducing Project RED Phase III Research – The Project RED Briefs!

Building on the initial study of 997 schools, Project RED Phase III dives into a deep, 3-year study of 37,000 students and 2,200 teachers in 20 carefully-selected, high-performing districts, examining why the education industry, amoing all industries, is the lone failure, and how a state can dramatically improve student academic performance while simultaneously reducing the financial burden of public education.

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View Project RED Briefs


Project Red Launches Phase III

Proven Data-Driven Method for Effective Education Through Properly Implemented Technology

Research-based methods leads to increased student acheivement and improved ROI

News Highlights

Project RED is launching a third phase of research around Signature Districts’ demonstration that well implemented education technologies leads to increased student achievement and revenue positive results.

· Project RED Phase II created a professional learning community providing tools, resources and collaboration opportunities for district leaders and school administrators who are passionate about bringing change to learning and preparing students for successful futures.

· By using findings from a national research study of 1,000 schools, the initial Project RED research provided a replicable design for school districts to make the best possible use of technology in a learning environment, leading to improved student achievement and significant return on investment.

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Project RED II - From Research to Results

There is a national buzz around the Project RED findings. Project RED II will operationalize the findings from the original research. The goal is to create a cadre of schools and districts who will integrate Project RED findings into their practices. The staff and sites will be supported through a myriad of resources conferences and consultancies to help guide their success. Those interested may apply for Project RED certification status.

Project RED Design

Project RED Implementation Webinars


Project RED I - Groundbreaking National Resarch around Education Technology

Although data gathered over the years have indicated that technology has not achieved the same impact in education as in other sectors of the economy, it has become clear that a few pockets of excellence are successfully transforming schools with technology using specific implementation strategies. The urgent need to understand those successful implementation strategies provided the impetus for Project RED.

Recognizing the connection between education and the economy, Project RED established a second goal: to research the potentially positive financial impact of technology in schools. Surprisingly, very little work has been done on the financial impact of technology in education, unlike the private sector.


To access all the Project RED resources referenced above, go to www.projectred.org

Newsletters

September 2015 - Framing Innovation 

May 2015 - Transformative Learning

February 2015 - Leadership


2014

October 2014 - Keeping Pace in the World of Technology

April 2014 - Choosing a 1:1 Device? Consider these factors.

January 2014 - A Stepping Stone for a Vital Movement


2013

October 2013 - Moving Forward with 1:1

March 2013 - Standards & Curriculum


2012

November 2012 - Student Outcomes in 1:1 Environments

May 2012 - Financing 1:1 Programs

February 2012  - BYOD Theme


2011

November 2011 Newsletter - Theme - Great Lakes 1:1 Computing Conference

August 2011 Newsletter - Sustainable Innovation

2010


2009


2008


2007


 

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