EDG 646 Cabrini

498 views

Published on

Our outline of topics covered in our Summer 2 course!

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
498
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

EDG 646 Cabrini

  1. 1. educational leadership in the digital age
  2. 2. I’m asking you to...
  3. 3. Be curious.
  4. 4. Connect.
  5. 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/doremigirl/8371019565/sizes/o/in/pool-858082@N25/
  6. 6. digital footprint build it...model it...share it http://gizmodo.com/%23!5036418/led-floor-captures-digital-footprints
  7. 7. Reflect.
  8. 8. http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/09/14/blogs-vs-static-websites/
  9. 9. http://suewaters.com/tag/blogging-cycle/
  10. 10. Learn.
  11. 11. Share.
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. Create.
  14. 14. Lead.
  15. 15. Visionary leadership
  16. 16. http://www.flickr.com/photos/shannoninottawa/5358032980/sizes/o/in/pool-1581430@N23/
  17. 17. Scott McLeod If we were really serious about educational technology Dangerously Irrelevant
  18. 18. • 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
  19. 19. • 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
  20. 20. via Will Richardson
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. hiltcabrini.wikispaces.com
  23. 23. Things that suck.
  24. 24. what’s your vision? “management vs. leadership”
  25. 25. 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?
  26. 26. Vision Current realities and analysis of what is needed to move forward Action plan with goals and strategies Evaluation plan Technology Plan Components
  27. 27. 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)
  28. 28. 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.
  29. 29. • 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?
  30. 30. iiiiiiiiiiiiiit’s !
  31. 31. tuesday excellence in professional practice
  32. 32. let’s try to wrap our heads around yesterday’s class
  33. 33. blogs
  34. 34. resources on our wiki who to follow on Twitter blogs to read web tools to explore
  35. 35. Image: Alec Couros Source: http://nwinton.wordpress.com/2008/01/03/the-year-of-the-diagram/
  36. 36. Principal Image: Alec Couros Source: http://nwinton.wordpress.com/2008/01/03/the-year-of-the-diagram/
  37. 37. sharing: the moral imperative
  38. 38. making the shift communication collaboration principal as lead learner
  39. 39. goal setting action planning support evidence
  40. 40. tpack
  41. 41. wednesday
  42. 42. goodnight, gadgets everywhere
  43. 43. the networked student pay attention!
  44. 44. 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
  45. 45. guest speaker
  46. 46. thursday digital citizenship
  47. 47. finish presentations!
  48. 48. your digital footprint
  49. 49. the law.
  50. 50. copyright fair use creative commons
  51. 51. guest speaker
  52. 52. friday where do we go from here?
  53. 53. nmc horizon report
  54. 54. make a difference.
  55. 55. technology fix recommendations?
  56. 56. smackdown!
  57. 57. presentations!
  58. 58. thanks for a great week!

×