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Leadership & change
Leadership & change
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Leadership & change

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  • 1. Leadership & Change Musings on leadership, technology & change
  • 2. Exploring Open • UNESCO Chair guide to OER • http://oer.unescochair-ou.nl/?wpfb_dl=29
  • 3. K12 MOOCs • http://www.districtadministration.com/article /moocs-go-k12-higher-ed-trend-expands-highschools • http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/Journal/files /MOOCifying_K-12.html • Verena: http://openlearningonline.wikispaces.com/home
  • 4. DS106 – Assignment Bank • Assignments that participants in the open online digital storytelling course ds106 complete • Assignments are rated • Anyone can add a new assignment, or tweak existing • All assignments are open resources • http://assignments.ds106.us/about/
  • 5. Making Practices Open • How will I adopt open practices? – What can I do today? – What can I plan to do in the future?
  • 6. Leadership, Technology & Change Kanuka (2008) • Understanding philosophies key in rapid change • E-learning technologies disrupting education • Differences of opinion on effectiveness of technology can be reduced to perspectives on philosophies in practice • Philosophies are unrecognized and seldom expressed and need to be and understood • Philosophy of teaching and technology (neutral?) Kanuka, H. (2008). Understanding e-learning technologies-in-practice through philosophies-in-practice. In T. Anderson (Ed.), The Theory and Practice of Online Learning (2nd ed., pp. 91-118). Retrieved from http://www.aupress.ca/books/120146/ebook/99Z_Anderson_2008-Theory_and_Practice_of_Online_Learning.pdf
  • 7. Leadership, Technology & Change Kanuka (2008) Philosophy of technology • Uses determinism (tech neutral) – Effect of use on the technology and society (social) • Technological determinism (tech not neutral) – Effect of technology on use and society (social) • Social determinism (tech neutral?) – Society (social) effect on use and technology Know your teaching and technology philosophy… Kanuka, H. (2008). Understanding e-learning technologies-in-practice through philosophies-in-practice. In T. Anderson (Ed.), The Theory and Practice of Online Learning (2nd ed., pp. 91-118). Retrieved from http://www.aupress.ca/books/120146/ebook/99Z_Anderson_2008-Theory_and_Practice_of_Online_Learning.pdf
  • 8. TPACK • Teaching is complicated enough, tech extends complexity • Computer and online technologies are technologies like a pencil, but can be used in different ways, rapidly change, and how they work is not visible to the teacher • All this creates challenges for integration • TPACK – technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge Koehler, M. J., &Punya, M. (2009). What is technological pedagogical content knowledge (tpack)?. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 9(1), 60-70. Retrieved from http://www.mendeley.com/research/technologicalpedagogical-content-knowledge-tpack/
  • 9. TPACK • 3 knowledge bases: – Content – Pedagogy – Technology • Interaction between them is key to the model Koehler, M. J., &Punya, M. (2009). What is technological pedagogical content knowledge (tpack)?. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 9(1), 60-70. Retrieved from http://www.mendeley.com/research/technological-pedagogical-content-knowledge-tpack/
  • 10. Reproduced by permission of the publisher, © 2012 by tpack.org
  • 11. TPACK Unpacked • Content Knowledge (subject matter) • Pedagogical Knowledge (teaching/learning process) • Pedagogical Content Knowledge (interpret subject matter and represent it in multiple ways through adaptation and tailoring for conditions) • Technology Knowledge (productive application) • Technological Content Knowledge (understanding how technology and content influence/constrain each other) • Technological Pedagogical Knowledge (understanding how teaching/learning are influenced by technologies)
  • 12. TPACK Understood Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Knowledge • Basis of effective teaching with technology and requires understanding – – – – How concepts are represented by technology; Pedagogical techniques using technologies to teach content; Knowledge of student prior learning and how they learn; Knowledge of how technology can address student comprehension of difficult concepts; and – Knowledge of how technology can build new knowledge or strengthen existing. • Koehler, M. J., &Punya, M. (2009). What is technological pedagogical content knowledge (tpack)?. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 9(1), 60-70. Retrieved from http://www.mendeley.com/research/technological-pedagogicalcontent-knowledge-tpack/
  • 13. TPACK • Go to: http://www.tpack.org Explore concepts/ideas Report back here in 15 minutes
  • 14. Leadership & E-learning http://www.colfinder.net/materials/Education_for_a_Digital_World/Ed ucation_for_a_Digital_World_part3.pdf#page%3d33
  • 15. Leadership & Technology • While leadership, reform and change management have been well studied and documented, little has been written about the role leaders play in the success or failure of e-learning program design, development, and implementation. • Traditional theoretical and practical constructs do not adequately reflect emerging e-learning environments, yet transformational leadership theory provides insight into fundamental assumptions about change, control, order, organizations, people, and leadership in implementing e-learning programs.
  • 16. Changing Context of Leadership • Implementing educational technologies requires us to resolve significant instructional, pedagogical, and technological issues, all of which need to be balanced against the purposes of learning. This type of change requires leadership. • Leadership involves social relations and ends, purpose, direction, and influence. It is contextual and contingent on the setting, and educational technologies have changed the landscape of those settings.
  • 17. Leadership: Art or Science? • Constitutive approach to leadership • Leadership is influenced by – Trait – Contingency – Situation • No one way to lead, hence more of an art Shortt, F. (n.d.). Leadership, an art or a science?. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/2182851/Leadership_an_Art_or_a_Science
  • 18. Leading Change: What is your plan?
  • 19. 7 Dimensions of Transformational Leadership 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Creating a shared vision; Setting goals; Providing intellectual stimulation; Supplying individual support; Modeling effective practice; Meeting high expectations; and Developing a positive culture, and creating structures that support active involvement in decision-making.
  • 20. Teaching with Technology • Hooper, S., &Rieber, L. P. (1995). Teaching with technology. In A. C. Ornstein (Ed.), Teaching: Theory into practice, (pp. 154-170). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon. • Available from: http://www.nowhereroad.com/twt/ • Guide to technology planning…
  • 21. Concerns-based Adoption Model SEDL • http://www.sedl.org/cbam/
  • 22. CBAM • Change is not a one-time event, rather a process • Focus is on change process and the individuals crucial to the change – teachers • Change is accomplished by individuals, and it is highly personal • Change is facilitated through interventions directed toward the individuals, the innovation itself, and the context of the change
  • 23. CBAM – Two Levels Stages of Concern (SoC) • Feelings and concerns experienced by individuals with regard to an innovation Levels of Use (LoU) • Individuals’ behaviours during the change process • Goal is for individuals to think about higher-level concerns such as the impact of the change and others involved in the process http://www.nationalacademies.org/rise/backg4a.htm
  • 24. Of Interest • IT as a Game Changer http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/it-game-changer • Leadership, an Art or Science? http://www.academia.edu/2182851/Leadership_an_Art_or_a_Science • Teaching with Technology http://www.nowhereroad.com/twt/ • Designing the Future Learning: Unthink school to rethink learning http://email.constantfrequency.com/admin/temp/user/2251/2Rev_Designing%20the%20Future%20of%20Learning.pdf Edudemic: • The 3 Biggest Ways Technology Is Disrupting Education Forever http://edudemic.com/2012/08/education-technology-disruption/ • Why A Colorado K-12 School Now Resembles An Internet Café http://edudemic.com/2012/09/why-a-colorado-k-12-school-now-resembles-an-internet-cafe/ • Sweden’s Newest School System Has No Classrooms http://edudemic.com/2012/09/swedens-newest-school-system-has-no-classrooms/
  • 25. Where we are going… • Competency-based learning http://www.inacol.org/research/competency/index.php https://sites.google.com/site/competencybasedpathways/ • BC Education Plan http://www.bcedplan.ca • Personalized learning • TPACK

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