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Our outline of topics covered in our Summer 2 course!

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    EDG 646 Cabrini EDG 646 Cabrini Presentation Transcript

    • educational leadership in the digital age
    • I’m asking you to...
    • Be curious.
    • Connect.
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/doremigirl/8371019565/sizes/o/in/pool-858082@N25/
    • digital footprint build it...model it...share it http://gizmodo.com/%23!5036418/led-floor-captures-digital-footprints
    • Reflect.
    • http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/09/14/blogs-vs-static-websites/
    • http://suewaters.com/tag/blogging-cycle/
    • Learn.
    • Share.
    • http://ideasandthoughts.org/2008/11/04/connecting-the-world/ http://dotsub.com/view/027a4da1-8be2-4ea7-85e9-2e3be140db1a "Because everyone embraces a culture of sharing, I benefit.” “The benefits of one idea or comment can be golden to someone.” "If you generally think of the Internet as a 'place to look up stuff' you're missing the best part.” -Dean Shareski
    • Create.
    • Lead.
    • Visionary leadership
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/shannoninottawa/5358032980/sizes/o/in/pool-1581430@N23/
    • Scott McLeod If we were really serious about educational technology Dangerously Irrelevant
    • • Shared vision • Empowered leaders • Implementation planning • Consistent & adequate funding • Equitable access • Skilled personnel • Ongoing professional learning • Technical support • Curriculum framework • Student-centered learning • Assessment & evaluation • Engaged communities • Support policies • Supportive external context Essential Conditions iste.org/nets
    • • Shared vision • Empowered leaders • Implementation planning • Consistent & adequate funding • Equitable access • Skilled personnel • Ongoing professional learning • Technical support • Curriculum framework • Student-centered learning • Assessment & evaluation • Engaged communities • Support policies • Supportive external context Essential Conditions iste.org/nets
    • via Will Richardson
    • I occasionally use bullets. • Who are you? • What’s in the syllabus? • NETS for Administrators • Things that suck • Visions and tech plans • Tool Time • #edtechchat
    • hiltcabrini.wikispaces.com
    • Things that suck.
    • what’s your vision? “management vs. leadership”
    • Empower or Limit? • What main idea(s) is the author trying to share? • What support does the author provide for his/her positions? • Do you agree/disagree with the sentiments shared? • How does the information in this post impact your work as a future administrator?
    • Vision Current realities and analysis of what is needed to move forward Action plan with goals and strategies Evaluation plan Technology Plan Components
    • Qualities of exemplary tech plans • Focused on student learning • Grounded in research and best practices • Aligned to other strategic initiatives • Comprehensive • Simple and clear • Useful and achievable • Measurable • Logical Williamson & Redish (2009)
    • Critique • Review the technology plan as it relates to these key components of the NETP: Learning, Assessment, Teaching, Infrastructure, Productivity • Does the plan you’re critiquing address these topics? Explain. • Describes the positive elements of the plan you’re critiquing. Explain where it’s lacking.
    • • What is the vision for technology use in your school, district, state? • How many system members are able to articulate the vision clearly? How many buy into it? • State and federal policies mandate tech plans for school districts, not schools. As a result, there may have been a decrease in the number of school-level technology plans. Does your school have a technology plan? Do schools in your district or state? Why or why not? Do you think each individual school needs a technology plan? Why or why not? • Do we really need to identify separate technology plans? Or should it just be included in the business of what we do every day to support teaching and learning?
    • iiiiiiiiiiiiiit’s !
    • tuesday excellence in professional practice
    • let’s try to wrap our heads around yesterday’s class
    • blogs
    • resources on our wiki who to follow on Twitter blogs to read web tools to explore
    • Image: Alec Couros Source: http://nwinton.wordpress.com/2008/01/03/the-year-of-the-diagram/
    • Principal Image: Alec Couros Source: http://nwinton.wordpress.com/2008/01/03/the-year-of-the-diagram/
    • sharing: the moral imperative
    • making the shift communication collaboration principal as lead learner
    • goal setting action planning support evidence
    • tpack
    • wednesday
    • goodnight, gadgets everywhere
    • the networked student pay attention!
    • Presentations • What is it? • How does it involve technology integration to best serve students? • What would administrators need to know about this? • Any other resources you found to share with your classmates
    • guest speaker
    • thursday digital citizenship
    • finish presentations!
    • your digital footprint
    • the law.
    • copyright fair use creative commons
    • guest speaker
    • friday where do we go from here?
    • nmc horizon report
    • make a difference.
    • technology fix recommendations?
    • smackdown!
    • presentations!
    • thanks for a great week!