Oklahoma Public School Resource Center envisions a quality public education for every child in Oklahoma. Our mission is to drive transformation and increased academic achievement within Oklahoma's public education system.
OPSRC membership is open to all public schools in Oklahoma. Our experts are available year-round to assist member districts in the areas of teaching and learning, school finance, education law, communications, and instructional technology. Member districts can access consultants on demand and participate in ongoing professional learning and leadership development. Members also enjoy exclusive discounts with our product partners on items and services to help their districts run in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Please visit our member services page to learn more about the wide array of services and discounts available only to OPSRC members.
OPSRC supports public education by making some of our resources available to all schools regardless of membership. Our Superintendent Search Service, both of our Education Technology series, Data Portal, and digital product comparison site, Learn Anywhere Oklahoma, are available to all districts. Please visit our Resources page to see the resources we have available to non-members from our Oklahoma City and Tulsa-based teams as well as our national partners.
Robert J. Ross, Chair
President and CEO | Inasmuch Foundation
Senior Program Officer | George Kaiser Family Foundation
Executive Director | Arkansas Public School Resource Center
School Leader | KIPP Reach College Prep
Treasurer/ Payne County
Adrian Beverage, Treasurer
President and CEO | Oklahoma Bankers Association
President | Digimedia
Meet Our Team
In addition to annual membership dues, OPSRC is made possible through the generous support of the following organizations:
Technology StandardsISTE Standards provide informative, clear, and measurable targets for technology skills, knowledge, and attitudes.
Tech Integration ModelsThe SAMR Model focuses on analyzing and encouraging deeper levels of student-led and engaged activities. The TPACK Framework prioritizes selecting appropriate technology tools to support content and pedagogical needs. The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) examines the intersection of five interdependent characteristics of meaningful learning environments (active, collaborative, constructive, authentic, and goal-directed) with five levels of technology integration (entry, adoption, adaptation, infusion, and transformation).
Special Interest TopicsThese Tech Talks are in-depth explorations of education subjects with respect to how applying academic technology can enable, augment, and transform learning experiences. We hope they spark discussions, encourage sharing of resources, and introduce you to new ways of thinking about how students learn and grow. If you have a suggestion for a topic that you would like us to cover in a future Tech Talk, use the "Suggest" button above to send us a note.
Individual Tech ToolsWe have created videos on individual tools that can be used with any of the tech integration models listed above to meet ISTE Standards. If you have a suggestion for a tool you would like us to explain in a future Tech Talk, use the "Suggest" button above to send us a note.