Driving K-12 Innovation

CoSN continues its commitment to sharing high-quality trend reports that support the use of emerging technology in K-12 education to transform learning.

Three short reports will be released throughout the year.  The reports are built around three themes:
  • Hurdles.  Obstacles that make participants slow down, evaluate, practice and then make the leap to better support teaching and learning
  • Accelerators.  Megatrends that drive change – sometimes suddenly over time so gradually the implications aren’t readily apparent.
  • Tech Enablers.  Tools that support smoother leaps over the hurdles and expansive changes in global K-12 education.

Get Involved

This effort will require significant community involvement from people living it every day.  We’re calling on school leaders to join our inaugural Advisory Board aimed to be a global compilation of technology leader/CIO/CTOs, administrators, teachers, other education leaders, futurists and others to ensure the broadest perspective possible on Driving K-12 Innovation.
 
 

This year's Advisory Board submissions are now closed. If you are interested in serving next year, please complete this form.

 
We look forward to sharing this ride with you – and creating a suite of amazing resources to support you in your pursuit of transforming teaching and learning.
 

 

Driving K-12 Innovation: Sponsors and In-Kind Partners

CoSN gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for making this important work possible:

 

Gold

ClassLink

Google

 

Silver

AWS

Dell

Kajeet

 

Bronze

ENA (Education Networks of America)

 

Many thanks are also due to our in-kind nonprofit and public sector dissemination partners:

American Association of School Administrators

Alliance for Excellent Education

Center for Educational Technology (Israel)

European Schoolnet

Government Technology Agency (Singapore)

Infocomm Media Development Authority (Singapore)

ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education)

Kennisnet (Netherlands),

KERIS (Korea Education & Research Information Service) (South Korea)

KnowledgeWorks

Learning Forward

MITIE (Australia)

National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)

National Education Association (NEA)

National School Boards Association (NSBA)

National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

SETDA (State Education Technology Directors Association)

The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training (Norway)

UNESCO