The OPC (Ontario Principals’ Council) PQP (Principal Qualification Program) courses were, for me, hands down the best professional learning I had ever had at the time.
Taking my PQP Part 2 was, for me, an every second weekend, 20-hour, round-trip drive to Sudbury, driving a standard transmission car with a broken right arm (in a cast), and squinting through many ‘north of Superior’ blizzards.
And it was worth it!
Imagine my delight when now, a decade later, I was asked to share my learning with the #OPCPQP class of 2015!
Thank you to OPC PQP Instructor Lisa Neale, a model “connected leader” herself, for inviting me to share with aspiring leaders.
This time, instead of attending the course in person (1700 km away), I was able to work with the group through a Google Hangout from my home on a Sunday morning.
Today I am sharing the learning resources we constructed together on this topic:
LEADING Technology-Enabled Learning and Teaching: Becoming a Connected Digital Leader
Here are the slides I used to focus our conversations. Below the slides is a link to the collaborative document of resources.
Collaborative Resources on Connected Leadership for Aspiring Leaders.
Please feel free to contribute further resources to the document.