Parker High School from the Janesville School District in Wisconsin was highlighted at the Student Voices Luncheon at the SETDA Leadership Summit on October 15, 2012 in Washington, DC.
During the luncheon, school/district administrators, teachers and a diverse group of students from Parker HS explained and demonstrated how teaching and learning have been transformed with technology, how this meets the needs of each student, and creates inclusion through the use of UDL and assistive technology. Selected from entries from across the United States, the Janesville nomination showcased how young people and educators working together can create more and better opportunities for all.
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- Robert Getka, Junior, George S. Parker High School
- Colin Murdy, Senior, George S. Parker High School
- Correy Winke, Junior, George S. Parker High School
- Christopher Laue, Principal, George S. Parker High School
- Kathy White, Assistive Technology Specialist, Janesville School District
- Introduction: Stuart Ciske, Education Consultant, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
The Student Voices Luncheon at the State Educational Technology Directors Association’s (SETDA) Leadership Summit was an opportunity for state and national education leaders to learn directly from students about the positive impact technology has on teaching and learning. I hope they were listening!
Be sure you listen to the wide variety of ways these students see technology as imperative for their learning.