On Being A Connected Leader May 2012

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A learning session with HWDSB Aspiring Leaders on Being a Connected Leader.

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  • What should learning look like in the 21 st century?
  • Warlicks’ book: PLN – personal / professional learning network
  • Logic Model Development – focus on the big areas & how they connect
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  • ISTE & OLF & PLN diagram
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  • On Being A Connected Leader May 2012

    1. 1. What does it mean to be a Connected Leader?
    2. 2. Goals:•To discuss in brief being a connectedlearner and leader•To discuss how technology and emergingtechnologies enable how we learn,connect and network today•To offer guiding questions andconsiderations for you as aspiring leaders
    3. 3. Ubiquity…it’s everywhereAnyone have a device?
    4. 4. How do you connect with others?How do you use digital media so that you are anempowered participant rather than a passive consumer? Howard Rheingold, Net Smart
    5. 5. As a 21st century lead learner, what should your learning look like?
    6. 6. What does your PLN look like? Sneakers on your feet and wings on the web.. Grow Your Own Personal Learning Network, David Warlick
    7. 7. Learn first, lead second Physical VirtualLearning spaces shift ….face-to-face & online
    8. 8. Being Connected & Social Networking Be findable Be shareable Be googleable
    9. 9. Learn anywhere,any time andfrom anyone Twitter is #1
    10. 10. @lisaneale
    11. 11. On Being aConnected Educator
    12. 12. Connecting with:The Ontario Leadership FrameworkShare ways you collaborateand network with others insideand outside the school.How do you model creativity, innovationand the use of emerging technologies inyour professional learning?
    13. 13. How do, can or will you as an aspiring leader make creating aconnected and digital-age learning culture a priority for all staff and students?
    14. 14. Consider… Making a plan to expand how you network and connect with your mentor(s) or me Being open to using new tools / technologies and ways to collaborate, learn and networkModelling creative waysof thinking, learning andnetworking together inHWDSB and beyond Living a connected learning and leading model
    15. 15. “There is no single recipe for a mindful life inthe digital mediasphere; reflection is required.” Net Smart, Howard Rheingold What’s your recipe?

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