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Move leadership into the digital age.

Digital leadership is a strategic mindset and set of behaviors that leverages resources to create a meaningful, transparent, and engaging school culture. It takes into account recent changes such as ubiquitous connectivity, open-source technology, mobile devices, and personalization to dramatically shift how schools have been run and structured for over a century. Leading in education becomes exponentially powerful when using technology to your advantage.

Eric Sheninger - "Principal Twitter" - shares his pillars of digital leadership to help listeners.

  • Transform school culture by initiating sustainable change 
  • Use free social media tools to improve communication, enhance public relations, and create a positive brand presence  
  • Integrate digital tools into the classroom to increase student engagement and achievement 
  • Facilitate professional learning and access new opportunities and resources 

The time is now, whether you are a building level or teacher leader, to boldly move schools forward in the digital age.

©2014 Corwin (P)2017 Corwin

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2022-03-22

Too old

A topic like this needs to be removed after 7-10 years. The citations are more than 10 years old and the examples are discussing how beginning to use social media in schools. His ideas are great however the support materials are too old.