This workshop is specifically designed to examine the fundamental perceptions and misconceptions related to the use of IT and ET as effective drivers of change. This workshop is designed to guide leaders in the development of a comprehensive understanding of how to design, build, and align an IT-ET infrastructure that fosters and supports transformational educational practices. Developing a comprehensive baseline awareness of organizational culture prior to implementing change initiatives can be used to support the shared visioning, strategic action planning, and systematic/systemic decision-making that is needed to promote modern teaching, learning, and assessment practices. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the critical leadership factors related to the successful visioning, planning, implementation, and alignment of infrastructure technology (IT) and education technology (ET) services necessary to support of an organization’s ability to anticipate and respond to ongoing societal changes that are fundamentally transforming the way that teachers teach and students learn. The workshop focuses on:
Promoting innovative leadership, pedagogy, and an understanding of the impact of IT-ET infrastructure on modern teaching, learning, and assessment practices.
This approach is specifically designed to equip participants with a diagnostic and prescriptive solution for school renewal driven by a process to guide shared visioning, strategic action planning, and systematic decision-making, all in support of modern teaching, learning, and assessment. Specifically, participants will leave the workshop with an instilled belief that the best of modern learning organizations: