Georgia’s Fulton County School System is a large district, spanning 78 miles from top to bottom. And as one may expect, with this geographic span comes a wide demographic range. So, how does a district of this size and diversity innovate? And how do educators share best practices across the region?
When we get kids thinking creatively, it unleashes a joy of learning. In 2013, Fulton set out to answer those questions by launching their Vanguard Team, a group of 25 passionate educators who were on the forefront of technology integration and innovation. The plan was to provide training and support for the Vanguard Team members and, in turn, have them spread knowledge to their peers. This distributed model of learning took off and has grown over the years to a network of nearly 300 Fulton County educators who are pioneering new approaches to education technology use, testing new tools and helping others in their schools and communities do the same.
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