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?




  • 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?



  • 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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