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"EdTech: Well Done" exists to promote the sharing of best practices, lessons learned, mistakes made, and forward-thinking ideas around EdTech. 

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#6: Brian Seymour, Director of Instructional Technology, Pickerington Local School District (OH)

Released June 11, 2018

Description: Brian is the Director of Instructional Technology for Pickerington Local School District, Ohio - honored with ISTE's 2018 Distinguished District Award for its work to use technology in transforming teaching and learning. Listen as Brian shares the genesis of the district's tech plan, how they went 1:1 with 11,000 students in 14 months, and how they're using a "Tradigital" learning model to change the way teachers and students alike approach technology and learning.

If you’re going to invest the money [...] and the time into creating a technology plan, you’re going to have to invest into realizing that this isn’t going to happen overnight. This is something that is going to take you a very long time.
— Brian Seymour
 Brian Seymour, Pickerington Local School District

Brian Seymour, Pickerington Local School District


About the host

 Jake Russell

Jake Russell

Raised by a Technology Director and a K-12 Business Manager, Jake Russell has seen the inner workings, late nights, and passion that fuel Education in America.

With an unending zeal for knowledge, he seeks out the best tips, tricks, and lessons learned from all of his guests.

Currently living in NYC, Jake can be found at the bookstore, taco stand, or flea market at almost any time.