Leadership and Change

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The Victorian Education Department has poured millions of dollars into ICT, however the outcomes are less than impressive. Many teachers still have minimum ICT skills, students are frustrated with the lack of teacher knowledge, poor network designs, aging equipment, and lack of ICT leadership. This presentation will discuss what went wrong and how we can fix it, including tips for innovative PD, long term cost savings, developing leadership and more.
This presentation aims to explore the role of leadership in transforming a school into a technologically rich environment. The presenter shares her experiences in leading sites and working with many site leaders in S.A. Amongst the issues discussed are; What is meant by leadership in relation to ICT in schools? How does this differ from management? What are the paradigm shifts we need to make around our understanding of literacy ? What is appropriate professional development for staff and how can it be supported?
This study investigates the critical factors that contribute towards a successful transition from teacher access to technology towards a disposition to engage with technology. The notion that teacher access to technology resources will, by itself, facilitate educational change is considered perilously na
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