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For school district leaders today, digital transformation is non-negotiable. But in order for school systems to make a smooth transition to digital learning platforms and curriculums, numerous education stakeholders must work closely together — from teachers, academic personnel and IT, to parents, administration and the broader community.
Digital transformation has many components, but the critical elements can be captured in three Cs: conversion, curriculum and collaboration. Conversion refers to the shift from legacy technology to mobile and cloud-based platforms like Chromebooks and tablets. The shift in curriculum is well underway, with 76 percent of education IT decision makers saying the move from printed textbooks to digital is a key priority. Lastly, collaboration describes the transformation in pedagogy to a more project-based and team-oriented learning approach.
If you are looking to make the digital transformation, this infographic provides helpful tips for making it work across these three critical areas.