At GadellNet, we believe that technology amplifies the human will. In light of that, we are dedicated to the work of education, where children grow to understand how the world works and how it ought to work. We deliver solutions that help educators best prepare the leaders of our future. Our Education Business Technology Architect understands the needs of the end user and uses this knowledge to implement various technology based tools our clients need to succeed.
Strategic services from GadellNet focus on removing obstacles and accelerating learning. Our consultant team brings years of experience in both technical architecture as well as curriculum development. Whether a project calls for identifying IP address ranges or appropriately crafting a learning activity within the Understanding by Design framework, we speak both languages with ease and are most passionate where those topics intersect.
Our Education Industry insights create user-friendly products and solutions. Our Education BTA knows each educational setting will have specific and unique needs and works to piece together the perfect product bundle for any K-12 environment. We supply the technology strategic planning and framework needed to help educators move forward.
On the instructional side, our philosophy is informed by frameworks like SAMR, TPACK, Understanding by Design, and Universal Design for Learning. On the operational side, we follow best practices from the ITIL framework and CoSN’s CETL program.
Our goal is to provide the best strategic advice to schools, supporting those strategies with first-class service, in order to allow educators to focus on what’s most important: the growth and development of the children in their care. We empower school leaders, both teachers and administrators, with a growing competence and confidence in the use of technology by teaching technology with every strategy and repair we make. Our schools learn technology as they work with us, improving communication, service levels, and vision for what is possible.
The eBook below isn’t something you read. It’s something you talk through with school and district leaders as you work through your 3-year plan. The guide is arranged in a way to spark discussion, debate, and further research.