Maximize Teaching and Learning through Technology
A CUE/CETPA Joint Ed Tech Review provides a unique blend of experience for school districts.
CUE, as the ISTE and iNACOL affiliate for California and Nevada, the producer of the Google Teacher Academy and CUE Rock Star Teacher and Admin Camps, has a unique and deep perspective for what students and educators need in their classrooms.
CETPA provides information, industry partnership, advocacy, and legal resources for the IT Professionals working in schools and manages the California chapter for the CoSN. Together, these two organizations provide valuable perspective for LEAs needing guidance for the effective and safe use of technology in schools.
The JET Review Team will assess the school infrastructure as it relates to academic needs at district school sites. The team will assess all the MDF and IDF cabinets, server rooms as well as observe and report on the use of tech in classrooms via Ed Tech Rounds. Your district will receive a complete report and all the raw data from the surveys and observations.
KEY ELEMENTS OF A JET REVIEW
A JET review team consists of two Lead Learners for a minimum of two days:
- A Senior Level Educational Leader – tasked with coordinating Ed Tech rounds data collection, moderating the various stakeholder groups and collaborating on the final JET report.
Example Ed Leader: Jon Corippo (Former County Assistant Superintendent, County IT Director, former HS principal, former District IT Director, Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Teacher)
- Senior Level K-12 Technology Professional – tasked with reviewing the district’s infrastructure and network systems. (The JET Review team has multiple top Tech Professionals to choose from, references upon request)
School districts invest millions in network infrastructure, classroom devices, and student devices. The JET Review Team will maximize the performance and efficiency of these systems for any district.
The JET Review process leverages the Future Ready framework.
The JET Review process leverages the ISTE Essential Conditions framework.
CUE is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational corporation founded in 1978. CUE’s goal is to inspire innovative learners in all disciplines from preschool through college. With an active current membership of thousands of educational professionals, CUE supports many regional affiliates and Learning Networks. CUE Conferences are California’s premier educational technology events. CUE is the largest organization of its type in the west and one of the largest in the United States.
CETPA is an association of Educational Technology Professionals (technologists) within the State of California. Founded in 1960, the major emphasis of the association’s activities are directed towards improving Administrative Information Processing in public education within the State of California and to prepare its membership to better meet and support the technological needs of the Instructional Program. CETPA is a California non-profit corporation, 501(c)6.
For more information and pricing, contact the CUE Chief Innovation Officer: