SAM AI 2020 Instructional Leadership Summit Day 2 - Session 3


Session 3  9:30 - 10:30 AM 


Interoperability Standards - Building Your Digital Learning Ecosystem - Colet Bartow & Barry Brahier 

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Recording of Live Session

COLET BARTOW, Senior Manager, Teaching and Learning Department, OPI. . .

Colet Bartow was the School Library Specialist in the Content Standards and Instruction division from 2007 to December 2016, before being hired as the Content Standards and Instruction Director.  As of July 2020, she became the Senior Manager for the OPI Teaching and Learning Department, supervising Content Standards and Professional Learning, Career Technical and Adult Education (CTAE), and Assessment. Ms. Bartow spent 13 years as a teacher-librarian before joining the OPI in 2007. Colet  completed her M. Ed. In Curriculum and Instruction at Montana State University, and B.A. in English with endorsements in secondary English, School Library Media, and English as a Second Language at the University of Montana. Her first computer was a Radio Shack TRS-80. Her first job in a library was as a third-grade student.

BARRY BRAHIER – Chief Product Officer – Teaching & Learning, Infinite Campus
Barry joined Infinite Campus in 2006 and serves as Chief Product Officer for the Teaching & Learning development group. As Chief, Barry is responsible for all features used by the largest number of users of Infinite Campus products: teachers, parents and students. Prior to his tenure as Chief, Barry served Infinite Campus as a Product Manager, Knowledge Analyst, Learning Experiences Designer and Software Product Analyst.

Prior to joining Infinite Campus, Barry was a 5th grade teacher in the White Bear Lake Schools (MN) where he led the school-wide implementation of standards-based learning. Prior to his 5th grade teaching career, Barry was an instrumental music teacher in the White Bear Lake Schools and the Widefield School District (CO). Barry also had a successful career as a classical musician having performed throughout the US and in Europe.

Barry earned his Bachelor of Music (Music Education) degree from the University of Michigan, his Master of Elementary Education degree from the University of Minnesota and his Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction (Learning Technologies) from the University of Minnesota.