POTTSTOWN PA – Sometimes, you just can’t know enough about a topic.
Giving the public more to chew on is likely the logic behind a release early Wednesday morning (Jan. 29, 2014) of slides used by Pottsgrove School District Director of Technology and Communication Michael Wagman as he discussed his proposal Tuesday with the Board of School Directors to buy mobile computing devices for every student in grades 6-12 beginning with the 2014-2015 academic year.
- How did board members react to the proposal? Read more here.
Wagman’s presentation ran to 28 slides. They are shown in paired order, from first to last, below without commentary.
Related to area schools’ one-to-one technology:
- Inside Pottsgrove’s 1-To-1 Computing Proposal
- Board OKs Idea Of 1-To-1 Computing, Not Cost … Yet
- New, Speedy Computers Await Some ‘Grove Students
Related (to the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors’ Jan. 28 meeting):