From implementing the latest instructional technology, including STEM and Internet of Things (IoT), to preparing for high-stakes online testing, IT management in primary/secondary K-12 education has its challenges. We've spelled out twelve of the highest anxiety points along with pain-reducing solutions. Teachers don't want to worry about MAC addresses to communicate with their EdTech and now they don't have to. BYOD, Netflix, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat can wreck havoc in school if the network is not managed right. Flipped, blended, hybrid, adaptive, competency-based, and personalized styles of learning can be straight-forward to implement with the right network tools. In the end, your IT resources are limited, so you need high-productivity tools to multiply your capabilities.
Here are twelve of the most anxiety-inducing pain points for K-12/primary/secondary educational IT managers, and how to put them to rest.
About the Author
As the Director of Vertical Solutions Marketing at Extreme Networks, Bob Nilsson leads the Extreme Networks strategy and programs for vertical markets including Healthcare, Higher Education, K-12 Education, Federal/State/Local Government, Retail, Hospitality, and Transportation and Logistics. He has over 30 years of experience in marketing IT systems to Global 1000 companies worldwide. Before joining Extreme Networks Bob was VP Marketing at Clear Methods. Prior to that Bob held senior marketing positions at Digital Equipment and HP. Bob holds an SB degree in EE from MIT and MBA from Columbia Business School.Follow on Twitter More Content by Bob Nilsson