Kristin Ruedel, Ph.D., principal researcher AIR, directs streams of work focused on using digital learning to enhance instruction for students with disabilities and build capacity of educational systems to Integrate technology and transform the learning experience. Dr. Ruedel serves on the National Center for Systemic Improvement and is the co-deputy director on the Center on Technology and Disability, both funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Previously, Dr. Ruedel worked on the 2016 National Education Technology Plan, the Center on Technology Implementation/PowerUp WHAT WORKS and the National Center for Technology Innovation. Writings include: Research, Technology, & Students With Disabilities: Assessing Progress of Your Technology Initiatives; Six Common Pitfalls of Ed-Tech Programs (and How to Avoid Them); Technology Implementation Guide and a video series on Research, Technology, & Students with Disabilities -- Supporting LEA and SEA Decision Making.
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