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Chapter 2- Leadership and Planning

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Stephanie Nebiker

on 17 June 2015

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Chapter 2- Leadership and Planning

Characteristics of Ethical Educational Leaders
1. Honest
2. Positive
3. Caring/Considerate
4. Fair
5. Professional/Knowledgeable
6. Trustworthy/Reliable
7. Consistent
8. Respectful
9. Open-minded
10. Kind/Friendly
11. Listener
12. High expectations/Standards
13. Accessible/Available
Distributive Leadership
"Sharing leadership is a major part of technology planning and implementation" (Whitehead & Boschee, 2013, p.25). Three major attributes support teacher collaboration and professional learning communities: leader's recognition and use of internal intellectual and experiential resources, differentiated top-down and lateral decision-making processes, and culture building through dialogue and collaborative inquiry.

Successful Leaders
Successful leaders "define their values and vision to raise expectation if they are to set direction and build trust; reshape the conditions for teachers and learning; restructure parts of the organization and redesign leadership roles and responsibilities; enrich the curriculum; enhance teacher quality; enhance the quality of teaching and learning; build collaboration internally; and build strong relationships outside the school community." (Whitehead & Boschee, 2013, p.21)
The superintendent, the principal, the district technology coordinator, school board members, teachers, and parents must work together to construct a project for the implementation of technology in their school.
Future Change
The 21st century brings along the successful implementation of technology within programs. Several areas should be considered when leaders are looking to implement techonology into education: support student needs, combine teaching and learning, provide professional development, and provide leadership with planning.
Technology Leadership Roles
Many individuals should take roles in providing opportunities and objectives involving technology. They include: the superintendent, the principal, the district technology coordinator, school board members, teachers, and parents.
The Project
Components of the project must include: developing a schedule, gaining support for the project, formulating core committees, determining leadership roles, setting, specific goals, specific objectives, establish communication networks, needs assessment, course of action, financial review, and hardware/software/application implementation checklist.
Chapter 2- Leadership and Planning
Stephanie Nebiker EDL 518 6/17/15
Think of the possibilities in your own school....
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