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Leaders as Change Agents
Transcript of Leaders as Change Agents
change Agents Rethinking Student
Learning Redefining Leadership
Structure Redefining Leadership
Roles Rethinking Professional
Learning Democratization of Knowledge Participatory Learning Authentic Learning Multimodal Learning "Technology is empowering students in four key ways"
~ Lemke & Coughlin, 2009 “At this juncture in history, we have two choices: We can either leverage the democratization of knowledge and the power of participatory, authentic, and multimodal learning in the service of our students, or we can continue with current practice and careen down a path to irrelevancy.”
~ Lemke & Coughlin, 2009 "Learning in context is developing leadership and improving the system as you go."
~ Fullan, 2002 "Learning in context is related to sustainability because it improves the system in a way that establishes conditions conducive to continuous development."
~ Fullan, 2002 Leadership and the Social Environment Learning in Context Leaders at Many Levels ~ Succession Development of the Teaching Profession Leadership Charactersistics that Facilitate School Change
~ SEDL, 2010 Principals as Leaders in a Culture of Change
~ Fullan, 2002 The Change Agents
~ Lemke + coughlin, 2009 The Administrator's Role: Strategies for Fostering Staff Development
~ Wizer Mcpherson, 2005 "Recent educational reforms have promoted increased teacher participation and leadership in the decision-making processes of various aspects of school administration."
~ SEDL, 2010 Vested Interest Sense of History Knowledge of Community Implement Change Effective principals often demonstrated leadership support through expectations of daily use of technology and personal commitment to well-planned technology integration.
~ Wizer & McPherson, 2005 Faculty Development Financial Expenditures Organizational Structures Personal Commitment Leadership Support