Top Tips for Integrating Technology to Build a Better Hybrid Classroom
From keeping devices operational to ensuring a secure network, hybrid learning environments pose many challenges for tech teams. With the right technology and the right technology partner, you can overcome many of these obstacles and create a hybrid classroom environment that promotes student engagement and delivers the best return on your investments. Join Trox, Randolph Public Schools IT director, and tech leaders AVer and CatchOn for an engaging panel discussion on products and tools being used in successful hybrid learning environments today, and tips you can apply when selecting and integrating technology for hybrid and blended learning models.
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Director of Information Technology
Randolph Public Schools
Director of Instructional Technology
Mashpee Public Schools
Mashpee Public Schools
Regional Sales Manager
Osiris Gonzales is the director of IT technology for Randolph Public Schools in Massachusetts. He has spent the last 20 years striving to improve every work environment and pushing the envelope to have it run more efficiently. His experience includes creating bizhubs, digital archiving, network infrastructure, building hub/spoke networks, cloud computing, and creating safety security protocols within public school systems, His mantra is 'working smarter' is better than 'working harder'. Osiris is always looking for better, more efficient, more advanced of managing workflows.
After 10 years as an elementary teacher, Suzy Brooks is the Director of Instructional Technology for Mashpee Public Schools in Massachusetts. She provides professional development and hands-on workshops for educators at local, regional and national venues. Her work in blended learning, student engagement, and social media has been featured by EdWeek, NBC News’ Education Nation, Instructor Magazine, Intel, ASCD, and the NEA. She is the past President of the Massachusetts affiliate of ASCD and a 2011 MassCUE Pathfinder. Suzy holds a B.S. from Bridgewater State University and a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from Lesley University.
Jennifer Nock serves as an account representative for Trox, a leading technology and solutions provider of EdTech solutions. In her role, Jennifer is focused on working with educators to help them confidently purchase, implement, use, and manage technology resources to address their challenges and improve the learning landscape. Jennifer joined Trox in 2019 when her prior company, CDI Computer Dealers, was purchased and combined with Troxell Communications to form Trox. With CDI since 1996, she has served in various sales roles focused on both corporate and education accounts. She has been named a top seller and is a member of Trox’s Diamond Club – the highest sales honor awarded in the company. In her spare time, Jennifer volunteers at Canadian Blood Services and enjoys putting her black belt in Kenpo Karate to work. She is based in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
Brett Gorski is the Regional Sales Director for the East, Northwest and Canada for Aver Information Inc. Americas. He drives channel relationships and provides strategic guidance for educators with over 14 years of experience in sales and the technology industry. Brett is driven by his passion for his customers and partners, working in partnership with them to deliver the best technology solutions.