Instructional Technology

Introduction
King George County Schools has a team of five Instructional Technology Liaisons who work in coordination with the department of instruction, the technology department as well as each of the five county schools. 
The role of the ITLs includes: Communicating effective and innovative uses of technology; Supporting teaching and learning; Impacting excellence in education.

Technology Initiatives
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) provides greater access to technology by allowing student to use personal devices to access online resources using the school division internet access
Universal wireless access provides WiFi internet access in all school buildings allowing greater access to information, online programs, and data.
Google Apps for Education (GAFE) offers collaborative productivity tools to all staff and students and well as Google Classroom, a web based mobile learning platform, which allows students and families to access class information at any time from any location with any internet connected device.
Instructional Technology Liaisons (ITL) in every school support and promote the effective use of technology in the classroom.
Upgraded infrastructure including fiber optic connections between the school board office and three centrally located schools with a planned expansion to Sealston and Potomac Elementary and gigabit capable switches in every school.
Annual Technology Summer Conference provides a superior professional development opportunity for teachers from King George and surrounding counties to support excellence in the classroom.
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(Read more about the role of the ITL in KGCS)

Instructional Technology Liaisons
2017-2018

Instructional Technology Liaisons

Left to Right:

Ameer Mir: King George High School
Jennifer Lorentz: Potomac Elementary
Kathy Carr: King George Middle School
Kristy Cowan: Sealston Elementary
Hillary Haff: King George Elementary School
Kristine Hill: Supervisor of ITLs

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