Personalized Learning

The Upper Arlington City School District is a premier school district in Ohio and in the nation. Our legacy is built upon a history of focusing on what matters most for our students and taking a leadership position in education. 

Under the visionary leadership of the Upper Arlington Board of Education, the district launched a one-to-one technology program in December 2016 as part of our innovative strategic plan. One of the five goals in this community-developed strategic plan is the personalization of learning for all students. The district believes that it is essential to personalize learning to provide students with the tools and the opportunities that will both enhance educational experiences and ensure their readiness for the next phase of their lives.

Through the district's one-to-one technology program, students in kindergarten through grade 12 receive district-owned devices to use as tools to personalize their learning experience and support their success.

2019-2020 iPad Transition

In anticipation of the four-year lease for the first set of devices concluding at the end of the 2018-2019 school year, the district began the process of researching devices for its next lease. With today’s evolving technological landscape and the Upper Arlington community’s investment in future-ready learning environments through the implementation of the first phase of the master plan, it was critically important that the district select a personal device that best supports future-ready instructional methods.

After several months of research and site visits by a committee comprised of teachers, administrators and parents, the district announced in November of 2018 that students in all grades, kindergarten through senior year, will be moving to iPads beginning with the 2019-2020 school year.

Please watch the video below to hear from our teachers about the iPad transition and see our iPad FAQ page for answers to frequently asked questions related to the transition. 

Contact Information

Andy Hatton, Ed.D.
Associate Superintendent of Learning and Leadership
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M. Denise Lutz
Chief Technology Officer
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Keith Pomeroy
Chief Academic Officer
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Michelle Banks
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
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Learning Technologies Survey

Our district wants to ensure that our one-to-one technology program has a positive impact on learning outcomes for all students. To inform our instructional practices, we gather data each year on hoow frequently five key elements of student learning - teamwork, critical thinking, personalized learning, communication and creation, and real-world engagemeent - are enhanced by technology in the classroom.
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