David Berg is Vice Principal at The Met Sacramento High School in Sacramento, California, and also serves as Tech Guru for Big Picture Learning, a non-profit organization aimed at generating and sustaining innovative, personalized learning environments for K-12 schools that work in tandem with the real world of their greater community. Big Picture Learning has helped countless schools in its network become trailblazers in education technology, supporting tailored learning in real-life settings.
David has always been committed to finding innovative methods to apply to real-world learning. In fact, he was integral in helping The Met Sacramento adapt emerging technologies and effectively become a pioneer in innovative tech integration.
In the midst of searching for tools to manage the various functions of an internship program at The Met Sacramento, David came upon AppSheet and built a couple of apps. His apps are allowing everyone, including teachers, administrators, and interns, to stay in touch and communicate through photos and information-- all while in different locations.
"This is transformational as personalized and real-world learning is emerging as a true innovation in education. But data management when students are dispersed throughout a city instead of in rows in a classroom, is a challenge that you are helping to overcome."
Click here to check out a sample app David created to manage the internship attendance process. Hit 'Copy' at the top if you'd like to use the app and customize it to your needs.
Finally, head on over to David's blog to learn more about what he does and the innovative solutions he has built with AppSheet.
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