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John Evans

5 Characteristics of a Change Agent - 0 views

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    "In my work through school and organization visits, I have been fascinated to see the correlation between the speed of change and an individual who is "leading" the charge. The schools that have someone (or a group of people) helping to push the boundaries of what can be done in schools seem to move a lot quicker with a larger amount of "buy-in" through the process.

    As Malcom Gladwell describes in his book, "The Tipping Point", he states:

    The success of any kind of social epidemic is heavily dependent on the involvement of people with a particular and rare set of social gifts."
John Evans

Learning "With" vs. Learning "About" - 10 views

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    " sometimes get these secret emails or direct messages from some pretty amazing thinkers in education, talking about how they feel really constrained by the leadership in their schools. Sometimes after speaking, I get teachers in near tears thinking of "what could be" in their schools if only their administrators started reading blogs, looking at twitter; just something to push their learning. It seriously hurts to see the pain in the eyes of these teachers because they just want to do what is best for kids, yet they are feeling extremely constrained. They feel they are not in a situation where they can serve students in the way they feel would help them best in the future. The paradox that they face is that they stay and be frustrated or leave and feel they have abandoned students that need their help. This is an extremely tough situation."
Scott Kinkoph

5 Essential Questions to Ask Before You Innovate in Your School | edSocialMedia - 8 views

  • Are you truly being innovative or just implementing technology to say you did it?
  • The innovation, in this case technology, must improve student learning.
  • Innovative technology must improve instruction.
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  • must become part of the fabric of instruction so that the teachers become more efficient and effective at how they motivate, engage and instruct students
  • What type of professional development for teachers, training for students and information sessions for parents must be implemented for the innovation to have a chance at being successful
  • Technology is changing by the minute and the pressure to be innovative accelerates the timeline for implementation. Be realistic, talk to other schools and districts about their process of implementing similar innovations, and learn from their successes and challenges
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    "ll the conversations about technology and education lead to 1:1, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives. Each concept has its benefits and challenges, which creates a spirited debate among educators. Add to this debate the ever expanding list of educational apps, programs and services being developed for teachers, students, parents and administrators, and you begin to feel the urgency to innovate in your school. Before you take the plunge consider these five essential questions:"
John Evans

Lead21 Academy at CMI2012 - 0 views

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    Engagement thr"ugh Authentic Actions in a new Digital Landscape"

    Presentation by Sylia Rosenthal Tolisano, Bill Sheskey and Mike Fisher
John Evans

Developing A Student iPad Leadership In Your School « EdApps.ca - 5 views

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    "Every teacher seems to fully acknowledge how quickly and comfortably the average student adopts new technology. The truth is, students learn how to have fun on an iPad pretty quickly, but they don't always learn how to trouble shoot, be safe, and learn effectively right off the bat. Having a team of students that are well trained in iPad support can help build leadership amongst your students, and will help alleviate the stress on both students and teachers as they learn to adopt this new technology."
Phil Taylor

Education Rethink: Classroom Leadership: From Compliant Kids to Ethical Thinkers - 3 views

  • The experience mentioned before reinforces some fundamental truths about what it means to lead a student rather than simply manage a class
Phil Taylor

Educational Leadership:Schools as Safe Havens:What's Wrong-and What's Right-with Rubrics - 0 views

  • a rubric would contain three to five evaluative criteria.
  • each evaluative criterion must represent a key attribute of the skill being assessed
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