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Vartek’s technical and education experts share their knowledge, providing you with the information you need to create engaging, innovative classrooms

What does a strategic IT partnership look like?

What should you be searching for in a strategic partnership with a technology professional services organization? For years, school IT departments (internal and contracted) focused disproportionately on short-term needs like fixing broken devices and maintaining […]

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Keeping Values at Our Core

Vartek’s core values are not just words written on the wall or on our website. They are values embodied by our team and evident in our partnerships. Are you considering a change in your school’s […]

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Resilience, Reorientation, and Reinvention

As schools reopen this fall, the words from an article by Scott McLeod and Shelley Dulsky come to mind:   Resilience, Reorientation, and Reinvention Taking your own moment to reflect may lead you to memories of […]

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A Roadmap to Purposeful Technology

Educators and educational leaders have spent the better part of the last 18 months using technology in new ways – some out of necessity and some out of innovation. Many educators are now looking at […]

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Four Reasons Your School Needs a Strategic EdTech Plan

Just as a lesson plan helps teachers set and guide students toward classroom objectives, a strategic education technology plan helps school leaders achieve their technology and integration goals. Schools that are serious about improving their […]

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CoSN State of EdTech Leadership – What to Know

Recently, CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) published its annual report on the state of K12 EdTech leadership. The 2021 report is the result of nearly 400 EdTech Leaders answering questions related to cybersecurity, digital equity, […]

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EdTech Tools for Differentiation

The majority of the education community would agree that meeting students where they are and differentiating classroom instruction leads to the success of learners. Practical ideas for differentiation often come naturally to teachers in the […]

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