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What Can the "Simpsons" Teach Us about Educational Technology?

Audrey Armitage at EdWeek draws a comparison between an episode of the Simpsons where the elementary school disastrously implements educational technology and Education Week’s recent Technology Counts 2015 report. 111 more words

Supporting Teachers & PD

Elements of Change

Hello, everyone! Dawn Utz, here to talk to you about educational technology and change. This week I chose discussion board Option 2 to discuss which addresses the issue of change and how to deal with it as a leader in educational technology, including the role that data plays in this process. 606 more words

EDUC 638

Leadership, Integrity, and Trust--Building a Trusting Environment

Leadership is given to people of integrity by their followers who can just as easily withdraw it. Some pseudo-leaders can try to achieve credibility by simply acting the part. 299 more words

Leadership And Values

EGO vs We-Go

In my last post I talked about the differences between POSITIONAL and DISPOSITIONAL leadership. As we know there is a place for both forms of leadership – it is not a dichotomy. 365 more words

Long-Term Success Requires A Clear Vision

Simon Sinek’s Start With Why is one of my favourite books because it provides an explanation for why some organizations where I have worked for volunteered have inspired me or not.   507 more words

Leadership Books

A Few Words About Vision

“When I dare to be powerful – to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”

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Values

Correspondence Fueled by Anger: Unsent Letters

Leaders are passionate people and any person in a leadership position is going to face situations in which they will become angry or disheartened. Impossible to avoid, in times of setback, anger, and disappointment it is important to not let your emotions fuel communication. 219 more words

Company Culture