8 edition of The principal as technology leader found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 109-112) and index.
|LC Classifications||LB1028.3 .C74 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|ISBN 10||0761945415, 0761945423|
|LC Control Number||2002010061|
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Illustrates that technology leadership is not about bells and whistles, but about curriculum and instructional leadership.
Author: John Artis, Assistant Superintendent. An excellent resource for principals―especially new principals. It will definitely help them establish their vision for technology in their by: The Principal as Technology Leader is a comprehensive examination of the ways in which administrators and school leaders can support and plan effective technology programmes for both students and teachers.
Author Theodore Creighton provides a very detailed explanation and specific plan design to help school principals and other educational leaders become managers and facilitators of successful applications of technology.
The Principal as Technology Leader is a comprehensive examination of the ways in which administrators and school leaders can support and plan effective technology programmes for both students and teachers. Author Theodore Creighton provides a very detailed explanation and specific plan design to help school principals and other educational leaders become managers and facilitators of successful applications of technology 5/5(1).
he principal’s diverse roles are part of a long tradition of expectations and responsibilities. Of recent vintage is the role of principal as technology leader.
The special challenge for the principal is being a technology leader as well as encouraging the development of teacher and student technology leaders. The principal as technology leader by Theodore B.
Creighton Published by Corwin Press in Thousand Oaks, by: The Principal as Technology Leader looks at current research while providing guidelines to development and planning, and includes sample technology plans that are easy to follow and use.
In addition, the book highlights. As technology becomes a fixture in education, it challenges the principal to find ways to use it most effectively. In tackling technology, the principal must play many roles: planner, leader, budgeter, and community liaison. He or she must create a vision for the school, with technology as the means to an academic end.
In his book, The Principal: Three Keys to Maximizing Impact, Fullan points out that these federal initiatives have failed to bring about extensive instructional change because they use the wrong policy drivers to try to change by: Educator ToolKit at the back of the book offers numerous tools to help the principal lead a school through the data-driven school improvement planning cycle Shows school leaders how to gather relevant, valid, complete and reliable data from as many types as possible to ensure that decisions are based on the whole picture, not just part of it.
Vital The principal as technology leader book of the Elementary Principal as a Technology Leader Alejandro Garcia, Chuey Abrego | Category: Since the late twentieth century, technology has been a dominant presence in human society.
Prensky () identified contemporary students, otherwise known as digital natives, as those who are fluent and comfortable in using various forms. "Most uses of technology are still based on the oldest learning theory of all, the master-apprentice, one-on-one tutorial, with monitor substituting for teacher as the tutor" (Callister & Dunne,as cited in Pepi & Barnes,p.
Critically looking at our appetite for computer technology, Pepi and Barnes warn. This book is entitled The Principal as Technology Leader by Theodore Creighton. The info is: ISBN: (C) Paperback Used: has some underlining and notes written but otherwise is in EXCELLENT condition Price: $ do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers.
A framework for analysing the principal’s role as technology leader is provided by the Calgary Board of Education’s () Leadership Development Program, which outlines core competencies. Life insurance quote. Find out how much coverage you need and estimate a cost in just 5 minutes.
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But every team needs a good leader, and this starts with getting the most out of every team member. The Principal as Instructional Leader Fred C. Lunenburg Sam Houston State University ABSTRACT The principal’s primary responsibility is to promote the learning and success of all students.
In this article, I discuss how school principals can accomplish this goal byFile Size: KB. Theodore B. Creighton is the author of The Principal as Technology Leader ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 1 review, published ), Schools and Data ( /5. ed three primary roles for the principal as technology leader: role model, instructional leader, and visionary.
Principals must be “knowledgeable enough” about specific technology tools—such as e-mail, databases, the Internet, word process-ing, and simple spreadsheets—to model the use of technology for administrative and managerial tasks. A principal must be an instructional leader and a technology leader.
WANT TECH-SAVVY TEACHERS. TRY THESE TIPS. Host a “techie late-nighter,” where teachers come back to school at p.m. for pizza and snacks, and to learn new tech skills from each other.
(Suggested by Pam Quebodeaux, principal of Dolby Elementary School in Lake Charles, La.). The Wallace Foundation / Knowledge Center / The Principal as Leader: An Overview - The School Principal as Leader: Guiding Schools to Better Teaching and Learni.
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Principals who desire to enhance their curricular leadership skills will value this book. The principal must be in a position to promote continuous learning and development of teachers who are challenged to teach students to higher standards of accountability.
Tirozzi () indicates, "The principals of tomorrow's schools must be instructional leaders who possess the requisite skills, capacities, and commitment to lead the Cited by: Getting Principal Preparation Right Our nation’s underperforming schools and children are unlikely to succeed until we get serious about leadership.
As much as anyone in public education, it is the principal who is in a position to ensure that good. The Principals Technology Leadership Assessment (PTLA) is intended to assess principals’ technology leadership inclinations and activities over the course of the last school year (or some other fixed period of time).
Based on ISTE’s original National Educational Technology File Size: KB. Principal Leadership for Technology Integration: A Study of Principal Technology Leadership Kristen C.
Kozloski Elizabeth Haslam, Ph.D. Today’s school systems require building principals to be not only managers of information and instructional practice but also leaders.
This leadership. As a Principal Intern and future campus leader, I found this book to be quite insightful. Furthermore, Dr. Kafele is honest and straightforward about the work of leading a school.
I highly recommend this book to current and future administrators!/5. Doug Green featured a book summary of The Principal as Instructional Leader: A Practical Handbook (3rd Edition) on his website. The Principal as Instructional Leader: A Practical Handbook (3rd Edition) by Sally J.
Zepeda was reviewed in The 21st Century Principal. things are performed in educational practices on the other hand. If school principals are not good managers, then they can't also become instructional leaders.
A school principal, who can be a leader, should be able to meet the expectations and needs of teachers (Celik ).
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There’s no doubt that instructional leadership requires the school principal to wear many hats. At various times, principals must be administrators, managers, diplomats, teachers and curriculum leaders, sometimes all within one school day.
The Principal as Instructional Leader Fred C. Lunenburg Sam Houston State University The author of this article stated that the instructional leadership of the principal is a critical factor in the success of a school’s improvement initiatives and the overall effectiveness of the school.
The most influential educational leaders are the principal and superintendent, and their leadership is inextricably linked to student performance. This article looks at the basics of good leadership and offers practical suggestions.
School and district leadership has been the focus of intense scrutiny in recent years as researchers try to. Without being able to measure the impact of a technology tool, a leader cannot be sure it is an effective use of time and other resources.
These sentiments were echoed by Ryan Imbriale, Principal of Maryland's Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts and one of NASSP's Digital Principals. In an email interview after the conference, I Author: Anne Obrien. This book offers managers and business leaders a guide for surviving digital disruptions – but it is not a book about technology.
It is about the organizational changes required to harness the power of technology. The authors argue that digital disruption is primarily about people and that effective digital transformation involves changes to.
34 Principal n January/February Billy Jenkins Instructional leadership requires principals to free themselves of bureaucratic tasks and focus their efforts on improving teaching and learning. T he role of instructional leader is a relatively new concept that emerged in the early s, influenced largely by research that.
The purpose of this study is to explore the practices of primary school principal’s role as instructional leader—the case of Shambu Primary School. To investigate the issue under consideration, the study was guided by qualitative case study.
The guiding questions for the study were: what are the practices of principal’s role as instructional leader at Shambu Primary Cited by: 1. Great leadership is the key to success in any school. The best schools will have an effective school leader or group of leaders. Leadership not only sets the stage for long-term achievement, but it ensures that there will be sustainability long after they're : Derrick Meador.
This study empirically investigates the relationships among principals’ technology leadership, teaching innovations, and students’ academic optimism by surveying elementary school educators across Taiwan. Of the total 1, questionnaires distributed, valid surveys were returned for a % return Size: KB.
The AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice is published through the AASA Leadership Development Office and is a refereed, blind-reviewed, quarterly journal with a focus on research and evidence-based practice.
It is designed to benefit AASA members and .Educational Technology: Effective Leadership and Current Initiatives 4 technology leadership is defined and presented within the literature of the field.
The role of an educational technology leader within a school is a unique role in comparison to that of basic organizational Size: KB.