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Faculty Readiness Considerations for Campus Reopening

As schools look at the many factors they must consider before reopening their campuses in the fall, teacher preparedness has moved center stage. ATLIS Think Tank members Dr. Jill Brown of Albuquerque Academy, NM, and Natalia Walchli of Gulliver Schools, FL, have compiled a checklist of concerns schools may wish to address. This crowdsourced list, presented here as an infographic, as well as a more detailed checklist, received feedback from the ATLIS Think Tank as a whole, is meant to create a starting point for conversation and planning.  [10-minute read] -- SD

Faculty Preparedness Infographic

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Technology Considerations for Campus Reopening

ATLIS reached out to the members of our Think Tank and others to learn what was on their minds as they look to the Fall. What do school leaders need to consider from a technology perspective as they consider options for reopening school. -- SD  [10-minute read]

Madeira School

Image Credit: Seanbrunett / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)

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A Technology Leader's Bookshelf

In this post, we continue our practice of providing curated resources from the ATLIS Think Tank, an advisory group for ATLIS publications and professional development programming. Larry Kahn, Chief Technology Officer at Trinity Valley School in Fort Worth, Texas, shares his go-to resources on the topic of leadership. -- SD

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Designing the Future

Curated Content for Technology Thought Leaders

With this blog post, Ethan Delavan, Director of Technology at the Bush School in Seattle, launches our new series focusing on curated content from our community of thought leaders. Here Ethan unpacks "Designing the Future," the theme for the ATLIS annual conference in Chicago, April 5-8. He provides a rolicking overview of the “need to know” reads for education technologists to truly reckon with the future that is staring us in the face… or may be sneaking up on us. -- SD

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