As institutions of higher learning strive to develop strong 21st century educational leaders, they must meet the needs of administrators in light of the role technology plays in teaching and learning. School Administrators and Technology prepares prospective school administrators to embrace opportunities and face challenges of promoting forward-thinking technology use in the educational setting. Standards-based, meaningful activities are included, mirroring real-world practice, with scoring tools that clarify and reinforce the evaluation of those established standards. The book fosters a vision for teaching and learning, promoting excellence in educational technology innovation through a systematic approach to standards-based professional growth.
Publisher: University Press of America
Number of pages: 90
Weight: 168 g
Dimensions: 257 x 182 x 5 mm
These tasks, designed for use as part of an administration and supervision certification program, model leadership strategies for improving student achievement through the effective implementation of technology and build a strong group of school-based advocates for 21st century skill development. -- Tammy Zino-Seergae, president, Maryland Society for Educational Technology
This is an opportunity for prospective school administrators to engage in dynamic, real-world activities that directly relate to the technology challenges they will face in the educational setting. -- Sharon Slear, SSND, PhD, dean, School of Education, College of Notre Dame of Maryland