Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership

 
International Technology Education Association

http://www.iteaconnect.org/

The International Technology Education Association (ITEA) is a professional organization of technology teachers. Its mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in this pursuit. ITEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities. The site includes information on grants, conferences, standards, publications, journals and curriculum materials. As a site administrator, I found this site to be easy to navigate and a great resource for teachers and administrators.
 
iPod Touch & iPad Resources

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play_or_edit?id=36989

These resources, compiled and organized by Susan Brooks-Young and Chris O'Neal, provide educators with an abundance of resources from application (app) reviews to general discussions on using iPods, iPads, and iPhones in education. The site is organized by content area and include use of the devices in each area.
 
ISTE Standards for Administrators (formerly NETS A)

http://www.iste.org/standards/ISTE-standards/standards-for-administrators

ISTE Standards (formerly the NETS) for Administrators (ISTE Standards•A) are the standards for evaluating the skills and knowledge school administrators and leaders need to support digital age learning, implement technology and transform the education landscape. Transforming schools into digital age places of learning requires leadership from people who can accept new challenges and embrace new opportunities. Now more than ever, the success of technology integration depends on leaders who can implement systemic reform in our schools.
 
Jane McGonigal’s Website

https://janemcgonigal.com/

Internationally known author and speaker, Jane McGonical believes that games can boost people’s resilience, support post-traumatic growth, and even extend life expectancy. This site is a great resource for anyone interested in using games in education.
 
John Klossner's Tech Toons

http://www.jklossner.com/TechToons/index.html

Need a laugh? Have some fun browsing these technology related cartoons by cartoonist John Klossner.
 
Just for the Kids-California (JFTK-CA) Best Practices

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/sorey/

This 15-minute presentation will explain the many resources and specific practices collected from high performing school across the country found on the free, online data and school improvement system called Just for the Kids-California. You will be walked through the Best Practices area of the Web site and even be shown how to assess your own school, district, and/or classroom to assist you in data-driven decision making.
 
Just For The Kids-California (JFTK-CA) Presentation

http://www.portical.org/Presentations/miller/#jftk

Locating beneficial resources to help display data can be a daunting task. TICAL cadre member Sandra Miller shares many ways this free resource for California schools can display data and provide best practices. After viewing this presentation, you will be ready to use your site's data for key decision making.
 
K-12 Computing Blueprint

http://www.k12blueprint.com

If you think one-to-one is the way to go, check out this collection of resources provided by Intel Corporation in association with Technology & Learning magazine. You'll find tools, models, and advice for your technology planning process. Though focused on one-to-one computing programs, the concepts are equally adaptable to most any implementation of new technology, especially in terms of building the foundation for transformation and systemic change.
 
K-12 Open Technologies A CoSN Leadership Initiative

http://www.k12opentech.org/

The initiative is sponsored by IBM, Cisco, Pearson Education, and SAS to support the adoption and utilization of open technologies in K-12 education around the world. The goal of this Web site is to help educators and technologists with the planning, evaluation, decision-making, and implementation processes associated with adopting Open Technologies in K-12. Initially, the site will focus on the fundamentals of the open technologies movement in education.
 
K-8 California CCSS Parent Handbook

http://www.ocde.us/CommonCoreCA/Documents/CCSParentHandbook_020411.doc.pdf

Developed by the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA), this handbook is designed to provided parents an overview and support to better understand the Common Core State Standards.
 
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