CoSN Leads the Way

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

In this initiative, a global advisory board of K-12 leaders, practitioners, and changemakers engages in discourse about the major themes driving, hindering, and enabling teaching and learning innovation at schools.

Their work is divided into three steps:

  1. An initial survey to select the topics for discussion
  2. Discussion
  3. A concluding survey to capture the final thoughts from advisory board members and discern the top topics to feature in each publication.

The free publications are released throughout the year to stimulate ongoing discussions. CoSN members and partners are privy to the survey results.

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PODCAST: THE “DRIVING K12 EDUCATION” REPORT: ALL ABOUT EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES  IN K12 FROM COSN   David Jarboe of Harrison School District in Colorado Springs and Beatriz Arnillas of the IMS Global Learning Consortium are my guests on what is emerging products and innovations in technology for schools nationwide…worldwide

-Larry Jacobs, PreK-12 Education Talk Radio

Hurdles + Accelerators

Hurdles are obstacles that make participants slow down, evaluate, practice, and then make the leap to better support teaching and learning. 

Accelerators are megatrends that drive change – sometimes suddenly and sometimes so gradually the implications aren’t readily apparent. 

Tech Enablers

Tech Enablers are tools that support smoother leaps over the hurdles and expansive changes in global K-12 Education.

Toolkit

A series toolkit will help school leaders and practitioners initiate and facilitate crucial conversations that help them put the ideas from the series into action. 

2023 Advisory Board Nominations are OPEN!

Thank you to our sponsors!

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Advisory Board

CoSN would like to recognize all members of the 2022 Driving K-12 Innovation Advisory Board. 

Archived Reports

View previous years' reports here.