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CoSNs                   Certified Education Technology                    Leader Certification Program    A Career Pathway...
CoSN MissionEmpowering educational leaders to  leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments.
CoSN Core BeliefThe primary challenge we face in using technology effectively is      human, not technicalFor that reason,...
Who are CoSN Members?Core Audience:    District technology leaders    Chief Technology Officers (CTOs)    Chief Informa...
W CE T ICAION? HY R IF T
CHA INGR EOFT CT   NG OL HE O
SE FA SSM NT  L - SSE E
F A E OR OFE NT LSKIL S         R M W K SSE IA L              OFT K12 CT                 HE     OLeadership& Vision       ...
LA R A V E DE SHIP ND ISION
UNDE ST NDINGT E T LE IR E    RA        HE DUCAIONA NV ONM NT
INF M T T CHNOL YM NA E E   OR AION E   OG A G M NT
COR V L SA SKIL S   E AUE ND L
COUR G    AE
R F E IONA IV Y E L CT CT IT
CE LE MHIST Y  T XA     OR
E MST UCT E                        XA R UR Leadership and Vision                       40% Understanding the Educational...
E MR SOUR S XA E CE
BR INGT CE T ICAIONT M SSA T S  ING HE R IF T O A CHUSE T
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  • We both introduce ourselves
  • Presenter: AMS NOTE: THIS IS UPDATED MISSION STATEMENT Since 1992, CoSN has been working to help technology leaders at the school district level succeed. As the country’s premier voice in education technology leadership, CoSN provides products and services to support and nurture leadership development, advocacy, coalition building and awareness of emerging technologies.
  • PRESENTER: AMS
  • PRESENTER: JEAN Across districts, the district technology leader may have any one of a number of titles, e.g. CTO, CIO, Director of Technology or others. CoSN often uses the title of CTO but knows district technology leaders have a range of titles and come from a variety of backgrounds, among them education, technology and business. Let’s see who we have in today’s session. [Ask participants to introduce themselves, providing their name, title, school district and including what kind of background they have come from—instruction/education, technical/IT or business. Alternately, if the group is too large or time does not allow for individual introductions, ask for a show of hands to indicate backgrounds. In nearly all groups, there will be a mixture.] [Ask how many are CoSN members and acknowledge/recognize them; also acknowledge if the group is part of a CoSN state chapter.] Whatever their title, these technology leaders are responsible for the technology that is increasingly complex, greater in number and scope and ever more integrated into the daily instructional and administrative routine of today’s school districts.
  • I take slides 5 & 6 of original and make into 1 slide Why certification, why now, how does it move you forward along your career path Big picture – compare to teacher national board certifications, talk about how difficult it was to get the first few states to sign on for that and how it gained momentum and meaning, explain why advantageous to be one of the first.
  • Educational and Technical Skills and Abilities ALSO Political and Interpersonal
  • Evening distribution
  • PRESENTER: JEAN introduces assessment AMS Hands out Self-Assessment OK, before we start to go over the Framework’s various skill areas, let’s do an exercise. (allow 15 minutes for attendees to complete then 15 minutes to discuss/share results—for this smaller group, have 3-4 share informally with one another and then have small groups share out)
  • New 8 is graphic of framework (AMS) New 9 is Leadership & Vision (AMS) New 10 is Understanding the Educational Environment (AMS) New 11 is Managing IT (Jean) New 12 is Core Values (Jean) When we talk about the different areas we make sure we cover the why of the framework and the how to use it
  • Includes Strategic Planning Ethics and Policies
  • New 8 is graphic of framework (AMS) New 9 is Leadership & Vision (AMS) New 10 is Understanding the Educational Environment (AMS) New 11 is Managing IT (Jean) New 12 is Core Values (Jean) When we talk about the different areas we make sure we cover the why of the framework and the how to use it
  • New 8 is graphic of framework (AMS) New 9 is Leadership & Vision (AMS) New 10 is Understanding the Educational Environment (AMS) New 11 is Managing IT (Jean) New 12 is Core Values (Jean) When we talk about the different areas we make sure we cover the why of the framework and the how to use it
  • Core values and skills include being an effective Communicator and Innovator, Exhibiting Courage, and being Flexible and Adaptable and Results-Oriented.
  • Reflection – jean introduces this activity Hand out Reflection Activity – allow 5 minutes for quiet reflection
  • Program Governance NSF Grant Contracted Prometric GOVERNANCE Certification Governance Committee 160 years combined ed tech Charge Develop policies and procedure 4 submcommittees
  • Internet base Must pass both part
  • http://www.cosn.org/Default.aspx?TabId=9022
  • Both - Bringing the certification to MA
  • Transcript of "Cetl"

    1. 1. CoSNs Certified Education Technology Leader Certification Program A Career Pathway for the District Technology Leader May 10, 2012 Jean Tower, Director of Technology Public Schools of Northborough and Southborough Annamaria Schrimpf, Director of Educational Technology Winchester Public Schools05/10/12 1
    2. 2. CoSN MissionEmpowering educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments.
    3. 3. CoSN Core BeliefThe primary challenge we face in using technology effectively is human, not technicalFor that reason, CoSN focuses on Leadership and Policy
    4. 4. Who are CoSN Members?Core Audience:  District technology leaders  Chief Technology Officers (CTOs)  Chief Information Officers (CIOs)  Technology Directors  Policy makers and influencers from the public and private sectors
    5. 5. W CE T ICAION? HY R IF T
    6. 6. CHA INGR EOFT CT NG OL HE O
    7. 7. SE FA SSM NT L - SSE E
    8. 8. F A E OR OFE NT LSKIL S R M W K SSE IA L OFT K12 CT HE OLeadership& Vision Understanding the Educational Environment K12 CTO Essential Skills Managing Technology & Support Resources Core Values & Skills
    9. 9. LA R A V E DE SHIP ND ISION
    10. 10. UNDE ST NDINGT E T LE IR E RA HE DUCAIONA NV ONM NT
    11. 11. INF M T T CHNOL YM NA E E OR AION E OG A G M NT
    12. 12. COR V L SA SKIL S E AUE ND L
    13. 13. COUR G AE
    14. 14. R F E IONA IV Y E L CT CT IT
    15. 15. CE LE MHIST Y T XA OR
    16. 16. E MST UCT E XA R UR Leadership and Vision 40% Understanding the Educational Environment 30% Managing Technology and Support Resources 30%Two-Parts Multiple Choice Essay
    17. 17. E MR SOUR S XA E CE
    18. 18. BR INGT CE T ICAIONT M SSA T S ING HE R IF T O A CHUSE T
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