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Nebraska

This presentation, "The Administrator's Roadmap," was developed for the administrators of the Nebraska District of the LCMS and was shared at the Prepared to Serve conference in Aurora, NE, on April 22, 2010.
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Michael Uden

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The Administrator's Technology...sort of Thank you! Implications for Us as Leaders Organic Leadership Brain Research and School Practice ROADMAP Digital Tools X Marks the Spot! or, how NOT to lose your school, staff, identity, or mind in the 21st century Improvement requires more than experience. It also requires conscious effort and feedback. That is why it is different to teach or administrate for thirty, distinctive years than to teach or administrate the same year thirty times. Components of Organic Community Patterns
Participation
Measurement
Growth
Power
Coordination
Partners
Languages
Resources Realities of Digital Culture People are naturally curious, but they are not naturally good thinkers. It is not possible to think well on a topic in the absence of factual knowledge on a topic. Memory is the residue of thought. The best barometer for every lesson is a consideration of about what it will cause the students to think. Why is it so hard for students to understand abstract ideas? We understand new things in the context of things we already know. Proficiency requires practice. Remember the "workbench" metaphor. Students may not be able to "think like an expert"--at least not yet! Cognition is fundamentally different early and later in training. Think about lesson content, not student differences, driving decisions about how to teach. The work of Gardner and Pink should still deepen your toolbox about "how to teach," but every student does not need to be seen as an entirely separate and disconnected project unto itself. Intelligence can be changed through sustained hard work. Seeming geniuses often benefitted most from having sustained opportunities for practice. This should provide all of us digital immigrants with some hope as well! PREZI Youtube Kindle Digital Response Pads Skype Digital Storytelling The MTM Project ...And now a word from our long-time sponsor, the linear PowerPoint Presentation.
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