Connected Leadership

I’ve put together this presentation as a conversation starter for tomorrow’s Edcamp Leadership conference. What do you think the implications of these changes in our society are for educational leaders?

 

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4 Comments

  • Jenna Barnes wrote:

    Hello, my name is Jenna Barnes. I am a student at the University of South Alabama. I really enjoyed the slideshow. I agree with you completely. Technology is becoming a huge part of the education system. If the teachers do not understand, they will fall behind. Thank you for you slideshow. I enjoyed reading it, as well as taking the information down.

    Very Respectively,
    Jenna Barnes

  • David Wees wrote:

    Thank you Jenna, I appreciate the feedback.

  • Hi David,

    Was reading the tweets from #edcamplbc wishing, of course, that I had been there. I would be very interested in any sort of report on the Connected Leadership session. Any new insights? Old insights, expressed in new ways? New definitions of leadership? New possibilities?

    Best,

    stephen

  • David Wees wrote:

    I don’t know how many new insights there were for other people, I can only speak for myself. What I recognized is that the people who attended my session were very savvy and brought together a lot of points about connected leadership I’ve heard before (but being that I am "in the game" pretty deeply, it’s not too surprising that I would have heard these arguments before). Participants generally indicated that they found this session valuable and thought provoking, so that is good feedback.

    I’m going to create a screen-cast of my presentation, and perhaps add a slide or two based on the session, when I get a chance.

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