J U L Y 2 0 1 2 Superman is Dead Collaborating for School Improvement Kurtis Hewson Access the presentationCurrent Faculty Associate with the University of on Prezi Lethbridge, former teacher, vie-principal andprincipal (11 years of administration experience). http://prezi.com/fuiygveja2am/superman-is-dead- 2010 ASCD Outstanding Young Educator collaborating-for-school-improvement Award finalist; one of five featured elementary principals in the text Reflecting on Leadership for Learning (Parsons & Beauchamp, 2011) Access the handout email@example.com digitally on Slideshare Twitter - @hewsonk27 Visit Kurtis’ profile at Skype – kurtis.hewson http://www.slideshare.net/hewsonk27 Find Kurtis on Facebook and Google + Website Resources http://kurtishewson.wordpress.com/ http://jigsawlearningca.wordpress.com/ http://schoolimprovementpress.wordpress.com/ A backchannel allows a secondary converstation to exist during a presentation,Presentation Backchannels with interaction between participants and with the presenter. Twitter hashtag TodaysMeet Address #supermes http://todaysmeet.com/supermes Don’t have a Twitter account? Access the TodaysMeet link, enter a username and Follow the conversation by going you can interact with participants and presenter to http://tweetree.com and enter through the presentation. Share, question and the hashtag in the search box. comment!
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