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Keys to 1:1 Success: Ten Tips From the Experts

If you are planning to implement a 1:1 program in your school or district, check out these "Keys to Success" when going 1:1. If you have already planned or implemented 1:1, check your plan against these keys to ensure you have addressed each are in your plan.

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Some of these tips are straight-forward. Some you may have thought of. However, if you are looking for a successful 1:1 implementation in your school or district, it will be best to make sure you follow these tips from Education Technology experts.

  1. Know why you're doing it -- What is the expected outcome of 1:1 and how will it impact learning
  2. Research and plan
  3. Build your infrastructure -- If the technology does not work (or work well) then nothing you do will have an impact.
  4. and more... See the article linked below.

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