Your Name and Title: Keith Krueger, CEOSchool or Organization Name: Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Washington, DCLanguage in Which You Will Present: EnglishTarget Audience(s): Educational LeadersShort Session Description (one line):Explore the “Big, Hairy Problem” of ubiquity and access gaps in K-12 yet they are dwarfed by “The Bigger, Even More Hairy Problem” of human capacity/us.Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:…See More
"Hi Keith: Good question and I'm anxious to see the responses.
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I will be presenting on Sat AM (8:00-9:15am) on Leadership for Tough Economic Times. I will be previewing a forthcoming toolkit for district technology leaders called Mastering the Moment.Question: can you tell me any really innovative way that your district is dealing with the budget crisis? For example, are they using technology to rethink things? Or investing in things that have long-term savings? Don't be shy!Keith Krueger, CosN CEOSee More
"Looking forward to meeting Arkansas technology leaders and discussing what is the leadership/policies that will enable 21st Century learning. Here is my presentation for the breakouts I am doing:
Learning to Change, Changing to Learn: Global…"
I am head of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), a U.S. nonprofit organization that serves as the voice of K-12 technology leaders, especially school district CTO’s, who use technology strategically to improve teaching and learning.
I serve on the Advisory Boards for eSchool News, Scholastic Administr@tor Magazine, the Friday Institute at NC State University, GetNetWise and Generation Y. I am a past Board Member for the Organizations Concerned about Rural Education (OCRE) and served for many years as Board Member and Treasurer of the National Committee on Technology in Education & Training (NCTET). In 2008 I was selected by eSchool News as one of ten people who have had a profound impact on educational technology in the last decade.
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