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Get Into the Act of Closing the Achievement Gap

In this Radio TICAL episode, TICAL’s Director Rowland Baker spoke with California State Superintendent Jack O’Connell and Administrator of the CDE’s Middle and High School Improvement Office (MHSIO) Rozlynn Worrall about Taking Center Stage—Act II (TCSII). They highlight this innovative web portal, developed by the MHSIO, that assists educators in lowering dropout rates, closing the achievement gap, and ensuring success for students in the middle grades.

Innosight Institute

Innosight Institute’s Education Practice’s mission is to apply Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen’s theories of disruptive innovation to develop and promote solutions to the problems of education. The primary focus currently is the U.S. K-12 public education system, although the Practice also works on the problems confronting higher education and education outside the U.S. As a large part of its research, Innosight Institute publishes case studies and white papers to describe, analyze, and explain the existing problems in education and illuminate how the needed innovations and solutions can materialize.

International Society for Technology in Education ISTE

An organization of great diversity, ISTE leads through presenting innovative educational technology books and programs; conducting professional development workshops, forums, and symposia; and researching, evaluating, and disseminating findings regarding educational technology on an international level. ISTE's Web site contains coverage of many topics relevant to the educational technology community. One very outstanding contribution is their ISTE Standards (formerly NETS) for K-12 students. A companion booklet giving sample technology integration K-12 lessons is also available.

Leadership 3.0 Symposium

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.

Leadership for Mobile Learning

A CoSN leadership initiative, Leadership for Mobile Learning (LML), will address the capacity of district leadership to overcome the barriers and develop, plan, implement and manage policies to effectively use mobile devices for the improvement of teaching and learning.

Leadership for Mobile Learning - A Guide for Administrators

This resource, a supplement to CoSN's Leadership for Mobile Learning initiative, provides school leaders with best practices, implementations, reserach, resources, and more all relating to mobile learning.

Leading a Culture of Innovation

The first Leadership 3.0 Symposium was held April 10-12, 2008 in Millbrae, CA. Sir Ken Robinson, world renowned creativity expert, delivered the keynote address. Watch the video excerpts. Some of the topics he discusses are human talent, unprecedented literal revolution, rethinking what it is to be educated, reform or transformation, who will "own" the 21st century?, and the power of human imagination.

Leading Edge Certification

Leading Edge Certification (LEC) is a national certification program in educational technology and curriculum innovation. Created by an Alliance of nonprofits, universities and educational agencies, LEC is the first national certification program of its kind, and is platform and vendor neutral. There will be five (5) areas of certification offered by LEC including, Online Teacher, Administrator, Classroom Teacher, Teacher Librarian, and Leading Educator (Professional Developer.

Learning for Life in Our Times

In this episode of Radio TICAL, Michael Simkins interviews Bernie Trilling about some of the key ideas in his book, 21st Century Skills: Learning for Life in Our Times

On the Cusp of a New Convergence

In this January 2014 episode of Radio TICAL, David Reilly describes a new convergence he already sees unfolding his his district. The key ingredients? New technology, common core standards, implicit curriculum, and a new, "trans-modern" pedagogy that puts the student center stage and casts the rest of us in supporting roles.
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