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As part of my Masters in Leadership and Administration in Education program I was assigned a 3-4 page paper on Leading Instruction Change and utilized this presentation format instead.

As part of my Masters in Leadership and Administration in Education program I was assigned a 3-4 page paper on Leading Instruction Change and utilized this presentation format instead.



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  • Examines connections–and disconnections– between pedagogy, technology, and change knowledge in educationCreates a vision for improving education by escaping the content-focused teaching of the past and embracing “the new pedagogy” of higher-order skillsFocuses on the harnessing of fast and innovative technologies to bring about change in classrooms, districts, states, and provincesIdentifies four critical elements that, at scale, have the ability to make large-scale change a reality– and easier!
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  • BYOD: Bring Your Own Device Effective Implementation of BYOD Policy in Schools
  • (Groening, 2010)
  • Your Data
  • Integrating Change Pedagogy Change TechnologyKnowledge (Fullan, 2012)
  • Smartphone/Tablet Activities in Canada, July 2012 % of Respondants 0 20 40 60 80 100 Text messaging Voice call Download and use apps Surf the netConnect to social networks Play games Listen to music Voice and video calling Banking Reading books/magazines Watch TV and movies Ecommerce/purchasing Watch sports None of the above (NewMediaTrendWatch, 2013)
  • Meet them where they are (Watters, 2011)
  • Why BYOD?EngagingEnrichingAuthentic LearningIncreased Verbal Reasoning SkillsAnonymity = Increased Participation (Kolb, 2011)
  • How I see it workingRestraining Forces Driving Forces Action planUpsetting the status quo Student interest CommunicateTeacher Resistance Teacher interest Talk to admin, teachers, parent and students to gather supportEtiquette Availability of Resources Gatherinequity Real World Learning Dialogue regarding policy Data collection of device totals Data collection of application uses and utilizationParent resistance Economic benefit EvaluateDigital Citizenship Flexibility Review policy Review data of usage Plan areas of growth
  • How I see it workingDialoguePolicy DevelopmentImplementationEvaluate
  • *Wong, 2011
  • (Groening, 2010)
  • BibliographyFullan, M. (2012). Stratosphere:Integrating Technology, Pedagogy, and ChangeKnowledge. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: OCP.Groening, M. (Director). (2010). "Bart Gets a Z" The Simpsons [Motion Picture].Kolb, L. (2011). Cell Phones in the Classroom. Eugene, OR: ISTE.MindTools. (2013, Jan). Retrieved Feb 1, 2013, fromMindTools: (2013, January 29). Retrieved Feb 1, 2013, from New MediaTrend Watch: (2011, April 21). Education Data Base Online Blog.Retrieved Feb 1, 2013, from, A. (2011, April 3). ReadWrite. Retrieved Feb 1, 2013, from