Change Management: Leadership in Digital Age Education

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Part 2 Presentation – CSE Seminar: Leadership in Digital Age Education

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Change Management: Leadership in Digital Age Education

  1. 1. change managementdeveloping a strategic process for digital-age education Leadership in Digital Age Education – CSE Sylvia Guidara 27.04.2012
  2. 2. the state of digital education
  3. 3. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  4. 4. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  5. 5. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  6. 6. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  7. 7. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  8. 8. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  9. 9. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  10. 10. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  11. 11. digital learning – current thinkingand factors to consider when embarking of school improvement
  12. 12. the missing links | digital learning pedagogyIf youre going to connect students withemerging technologies, you need to understandemerging pedagogies.
  13. 13. the missing links | digital curriculum design the missing linksFrom integrating technology to ubiquitoustechnology.Designing a digital curriculum coupled with awell designed instructional approach.Using the technology of today, in the‘classroom’ of today.
  14. 14. the missing links | spaces and skills the missing linksRethinking learning spaces.Teacher technical skills.
  15. 15. moving beyond old methodology with new technology
  16. 16. mobile: more Internet access – from anywhere
  17. 17. online:increasing expectation to work, learn and study anywhere / anytime
  18. 18. networked: the world of work is increasinglycollaborative, giving rise to reflection about the way student projects are structured
  19. 19. purposeful ‘social’
  20. 20. crowdsourcingIceland crowdsources its nextconstitution. (2011)“The public sees the constitution come intobeing before their eyes … This is verydifferent from old times where constitutionmakers sometimes found it better to findthemselves a remote spot out of sight, outof touch.”Thorvaldur Gylfason(Member of Icelands constitutional council.)http://wapo.st/ya4Zj1
  21. 21. cloud based: technology is increasingly cloud- based, decentralised = shift in control
  22. 22. school wide improvement
  23. 23. what’s your roadmap?
  24. 24. questions schools should consider
  25. 25. what’s your roadmap?
  26. 26. change management‘every school building project will have aproject manager but is rarely used by schoolsin bringing about change or innovation intheir own sphere’Teacher Learning Network Vol 15 No 1 Autumn 2008
  27. 27. beyond integrating technology to integrating thinking What is our definition of technology? What does ‘integrating technology’ mean? What are students / staff actually doing with digital tools? What do we want them to do?
  28. 28. Sylvia Guidarawww.digimuve.comtwitter.com/digimuvesguidara@me.com

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