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|The conventional wisdom in education is that any school reform--be it curriculum, instruction, assessment, or teacher professionalism--is most likely to take hold in schools that have strong leadership. The same holds true for technology. Any educator will tell you the most successful implementation of technology programs takes place in schools where the principal sees him or herself as a technology leader.|
|The TICAL Community, Admin 2.0 is a specific and active example of a robust social networking presence to build professional development resources with the community of School Leaders. Admin 2.0 is linked to the work of TICAL (Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership). keywords: leadership, administrator, TICAL, social|
|In working with staff and students on issues related to good digital citizenship, school leaders need to consider four areas: policy; student education; staff development; and, parent education. This link leads to Susan Brooks-Young's LiveBinder shelf. Click on the binder called Building Blocks for Digital Citizenship to access resources addressing each of these areas. Keywords: digital citizenship, acceptable use policy, netiquette|
|The Council of the Great City Schools is an organization of the nation's largest urban public school systems which advocates to improve K-12 education in inner-city schools. The council is governed by superintendents and board of education members from 58 cities across the country.|
|This portal contains many resources related to teaching and learning, especially higher education. There are articles, documents, presentations, videos and other resources advancing the scholarship and practices of higher education.|
|This web site provides excellent information for faculty members who want to use the works of others for teaching and learning. Share the tools, templates and other resources with your staff to help them improve understanding of copyright and ethical issues.|
|The Leadership 3.0 Symposium is a collaborative effort of the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA), Computer Using Educators, Inc. (CUE), Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL). It is truly “for administrators, by administrators.” Three organizations, one mission – Educational Leadership for the 21st century. Lead 3 takes place annual in the Spring and alternates between northern and southern California.|
|Leading Digitally Admin 2.0 webinar, by Gretchen Shipley and Mark Williams, co-chairs of the eMatters Practice Group at Fagen Friedman & Fulfros. As districts adopt cloud-computing services to achieve their educational objectives and maximize new technologies, they transfer increasing quantities of student information to third-party providers, and often without requiring basic privacy protections. As a result, school districts may fall short of federal privacy standards and of community expectations for children’s privacy. Hear from legal and policy experts the steps that can be taken to help ensure strong data security measures are in place to protect student and employee privacy and proper limitations are set to prevent commercial data mining.|
|Leading Digitally Admin 2.0 webinar, by Gretchen Shipley and Mark Williams, co-chairs of the eMatters Practice Group at Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost. Given that technology is changing faster than fashion, it is prudent your district's process for adopting policies be modified to consider technology across all areas of operation. From hiring practices to evaluation, records retention to academic integrity, policies across all areas of district operation should consider technological implications.|
|Leading Digitally Admin 2.0 webinar, by Dr. Kelly Calhoun and Elizabeth Calhoon. There is a burden being carried by CA school districts, each struggling individually with how to manage technology policies and guidelines appropriately for the future. This initiative, which has been providing resources to California districts for over a year does the following: Explores and establishes principles to guide the process; Establishes a suite of resources to support 21st century school districts/COEs, including: policies (adoptable or locally modifiable using est. principles), best practice codes of conduct samples, guidelines, and much more! All recommendations are supported by legal consultation, with California School Boards Association's blessing. This session will highlight the building of the initiative and how integral partners were brought into the process to provide a central space for all districts to use in one very large state with a plethora of individual district needs. In addition, we will highlight the resource itself and take participants on a "tour" of the resources available to anyone in education. All the resources have been vetted through the ON[the]LINE steering committee, which includes in its partners: Computer-Using Educators (CUE), California State Boards Association (CSBA), Fagen, Friedman & Fulfrost LLP, Santa Clara County Office of Education, Common Sense Media, TICAL, and others. Participants will walk away from this session have a blueprint for success for an initiative of a similar nature in their environment, as well as resources they can always return to later.|