This morning, I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with PQP Part 1 Candidates in the OPC PQP course at HWDSB.
In conversation with their instructor, my friend and colleague and exemplary principal, Lisa Neale, we challenged the notion of “digital leadership” and its relevance in 2016.
We often say we need to “model digital leadership”, but that is getting tired.
The internet has been accessible to people for more than 20 years. The modelling days are over. Now it is about being connected; learning, living and leading so that digital and physical are seamless in our schools, as they are outside of our schools. It’s about connecting with students, parents, communities and the greater world, and making meaning, relevance and change for good.
The slides we used to guide our discussion are below. Resources are listed below the slides.
The WHY: Digital isn’t optional any more
Robot-Proof: How Colleges Can Keep People Relevant in the Workplace by Joseph E. Aoun
Canada’s Digital Talent Strategy March 2016
Michael Geist: Digital Canada 150
Making your own frames for your glasses:
What If? OPSBA 2009
A Vision for Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age OPSBA (2013?)
Automation isn’t new, so what’s the big deal? by Jacob Morgan
Replacing the Professionals: CBC Ideas Podcast with Richard Susskind
The computer that beat GO (video, March 2016)
Learn how to learn!
What Leadership Practices Make a Difference for Students?
Building your PLN
Beginning to use Twitter: https://twitterforabsolutebeginners.wordpress.com/
Ontario EduBloggers (Livebinder)
Learning About Leveraging Digital
Ministry-licensed Digital Learning Resources for #onted:https://www.osapac.ca/dlr/
Detecting Lies and Staying Safe (by YouTube)
How to use Mindomo (Ministry-licensed in Ontario) video tutorials: