May 2012
T H E Journal;May2012, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p42
The article profiles Director of Student Learning for Kiel Area School District in Kiel, Wisconsin Deborah Sixel, as well as presents information on her school district. She discusses how despite the Kiel's rural setting, the school district has been able to be technologically advanced including an e-school program, a 1-to-1 laptop initiative, and pilot programs for integrating iPads into classrooms. She also discusses her tips for technological integration in school districts.


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