Award presentation to Dr. John Marschhausen at eTech State Technology Conference
The Instructional Technology Integration Partnership of Ohio (ITIP Ohio) and the International Society for Technology in Education (ITSE) presented Loveland Superintendent Dr. John
“Every day presents a fresh opportunity for educators to embrace the new avenues of instruction technology makes possible – to provide our students with a menu of learning options to choose from,” said Marschhausen. “My role as superintendent is to remove barriers, provide resources, and foster an environment of trust; I stand before you because I am blessed to work with a fearless team of professionals who are creating the classrooms of tomorrow, today.”
ITIP Ohio is a statewide nonprofit organization promoting the best uses of instructional technology in Ohio’s schools. ITSE is a nonprofit organization recognized for its leadership in developing the National Educational Technology Standards called NETS, also hosting the largest educational technology conference in the world with more than 17,000 educators attending from all over the world. The groups presented Marschhausen with the award at a reception in Columbus.
The presentation comes on the heels of Marschhausen’s inclusion on two panel discussions about improving education for Ohio children. Friday, Feb. 1, Marschhausen spoke on a panel selected by Governor John Kasich’s staff at Taft Information Technology High School. Wednesday, Feb. 6, National Digital Learning Day, Marschhausen was featured in a state panel discussing advances in technology at WOSU’s COSI studio in Columbus. The discussion, broadcast live on WOSU, will be shown on other Ohio Public Television station in upcoming weeks.
“This is a true honor and I am humbled at the recognition,” said Marschhausen. “But, this is a journey with no destination; we must build on the foundation of excellence and insist on continued progress for all students.”