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March 2013

The adoption of Common Core State Standards remains a hot topic for many school districts.  The challenge is in migrating your curriculum to a standards-based model.  This involves changes to your curriculum, instruction and assessments.  It should also emphasize real world problems, engaging students in inquiry and exploration, providing opportunities for students to apply what they know in meaningful ways and allowing students to think creatively and collaborate inside and outside of the classroom.

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One-to-One Institute offers many services including:
Leadership for 21st Century Schools
  • Leading 'change' in schools
  • Project Planning
  • Facilitating one to one program development and implementation
Teacher Professional Learning
  • Immersion Experience
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Virtual community of practitioners
  • Capacity building program for growing internal expertise
  • Showcase Schools in urban, suburban and rural locations
  • Certification as a 1:1 program, teacher or administrator

And much, much more!

Best Practices
  • Align with standards and benchmarks
  • Include formative and summative assessments
  • Personalize content
  • Actively engage learners
Did you miss the March implementation webinar?
Perhaps you missed the Project RED Implementation Webinar on Standards and Curriculum.  Our guest presenters were Tom Murray and Dr. Rachel Holler from Quakertown Community School District and they presented a fabulous section on cyber and blended learning that you shouldn't miss!  Click the image to the right to access the presentation!
Digital Curriculum
Are you looking for a conceptual framework of technology integration for a 1:1 school? 


The Digital Curriculum gives educators a common vision, definition, and guiding principles to help structure their school.  Click the image to the left to view the report.

Whether your institution is currently engaged in one-to-one learning or interested in expanding its technology-enhanced learning environment, OTO can support your efforts.  To get started with your own 1:1 initiative or for more information, contact the One-to-One Institute office:



Alicia Sutfin
One-to-One Institute