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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

Lesson Study Group at Mills College

Lesson Study is a process in which teachers jointly plan, observe, analyze, and refine actual classroom lessons. It is widely credited for the steady improvement of Japanese elementary mathematics and science instruction This site is a great Lesson Study resource, with discussion of models of evaluation, information on the process, and examples of best practices.

Maine Learning Technology Initiative

Are you looking for research on using laptops to integrate technology in the classroom. Maine has been a pioneer in one-to-one laptop for student use. Administrators, technology coordinators, and other interested educators can use Maine’s experiences to evaluate the potential benefits for a project of this type and the obstacles for implementation. This posting at Maine’s state web-site goes into great detail about the project. It includes a description of the project, content development, and samples of student work.

Millennials in the Middle

Trying to develop teacher buy in for integrating technology? In this episode of Radio TICAL, Dr. John Lincoln White, TICAL cadre member and principal of Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys, California describes a multi-year effort to enlist his entire staff to integrate technology to engage his "millennial" students in standards-based learning. And it paid off! Since launching the technology effort in 2001, Mulholland has increased 205 API points.

National School Boards Association

The National School Boards Association is a not-for-profit organization that represents state associations of school boards and their member districts across the U.S. Its mission is to foster excellence and equity in public education through school board leadership.


Ning lets you create and browse through existing soical networks. You can create one for your school, class, and community to share ideas, pictures, videos, and much more.

Office of E-Government and Information Technology

The Office of E-Government and Information Technology is a new federal agency. Currently the site provides links to relevant legislation and reports. Information at this site can help school leaders gain a broader perspective on technology and related national issues.

Office of Educational Technology - U.S. Department of Education

Looking for the official word from the U.S. Department of Education on technology, No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and related issues? Start here at the index to the Office of Educational Technology.
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