If educational technology and 1:1 education are going to thrive, school leaders must be focused on constantly employing the best practices and tools in relation to the most pressing needs of their students.
Jim Harmon teaches English in the Euclid City School District in Euclid, Ohio and is co-founder of The Through Students' Eyes project. Having served as a city school teacher for sixteen years, he is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Teacher. Harmon serves as Editor of the NAPDS journal School-University Partnerships. He received his B.F.A. in Photojournalism from the Rochester Institute of Technology and his M.Ed. in Computer Uses in Education at Cleveland State University, where he was also named Distinguished Alumnus, 2008. Harmon is an adjunct teacher educator in educational technology at Baldwin-Wallace College. He has authored/co-authored several literacy-focused articles and successful grants in relation to his work with Through Studentsʼ Eyes and the impact of the iPad on student literacy.