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Pakistani Educational Leadership Institute - at Plymouth State University - 0 views

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    The Pakistani Educational Leadership Institute engages Pakistani educators and administrators by developing and honing the leadership skills necessary to direct educational initiatives and effect change in Pakistan.
Jeff Johnson

Past Sites of Week - School district leaders share expertise in new podcast for adminis... - 0 views

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    A new web site sponsored by McGraw-Hill Education's Urban Advisory Resource offers advice on improving schools from superintendents and other education leaders across the country in an easily accessible format.
Jeff Johnson

Sensible Snacking: Making it a part of your school nutrition program - 0 views

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    When - Thursday, August 21, 2008 2pm, ET Description - School administrators across the country are working hard to offer healthy and attractive choices in their competitive food and beverage offerings. Still, concerns persist about inconsistent information, community support, student acceptance and revenue implications.
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Principal Connections Online: Enhancing Student Achievement Through 21st Century Skills... - 0 views

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    Learn through stories from real schools, videos from exemplary classrooms, and a variety of research-based tools, all with a special emphasis on the role of 21st century teaching and learning skills. Developed and made popular by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, these skills represent how and what students should learn within the context of a curriculum and how teachers should model them in their teaching. As you learn, you will develop relationships with other principals and administrators taking the course. An integral part of this experience will be reflecting, sharing, and communicating with this online learning community.
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The School Administrator - The Next Wave Now: Web 2.0 (AASA) - 0 views

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    While many of us are just getting comfortable with the Internet and e-mail, Web 2.0 technologies are already changing the playing field for education. Though definitions of Web 2.0 vary, the one constant is that Internet users are now content providers rather than content receivers. The top-down approach of the Web we grew up with now has been replaced with users who build information from the bottom up. With Web 2.0, the focus is not on software or hardware, but on practices such as sharing thoughts and information through self-publishing and harnessing the collective intelligence of all users to generate information and solve problems. These technologies are creating huge changes in how educators and students receive and respond to information.
Jeff Johnson

TICAL - Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership - 1 views

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    TICAL's mission: Helping K-12 administrators provide informed and effective leadership in the use of technology to improve education.   School administrators are busy people with a big job to do! The Internet offers a tremendous range of information, tools, and resources that can help administrators lead their schools and districts to excellence. But what administrator has time to search and sift through hundreds of web pages to find the right resource for right now?
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