November 29, 2014

What makes a good #EdTech leader? -- An Open Invitation to School Principals and other Administrators to Respond



Dear School Principals and other Administrators,

What makes a good #Edtech leader?

Administrators as #EdTech leaders will be the topic of our monthly #edchathi (Ed Chat Hawaii) Twitter chat, December 1, at 6:00 pm HST (11:00PM EST).

We hope principals and other administrators who are leading the technological shift in their schools and beyond will join us!

Special invitations go out to:

• The Connected Principals, with a shared Twitter profile: @conprin

• Members of the Connected Principals' Twitter admins list: https://twitter.com/chrislehmann/lists/admins

+Eric Sheninger, who presented in Hawaii in July while on vacation, and who we discussed in a Google+ hangout for Hawaii educators.

We've already personally invited several other administrators, but we know there are more out there. Please let us know who you are!

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If you can't make the middle-of-the-Pacific dinner-time-for-us #edchathi chat, we would love to learn from you on your own time, preferably before the chat, but afterwards would be fine too.

Please use this Google form to contribute:


You can view the responses as a summaryspreadsheet and a doc. (Go ahead and break the ice. Be the first to respond :D)
We'll include your opinions in our live Twitter chat (Dec 1, 6PM HST) and we'll check back afterwards, for further study of Administrators as EdTech Leaders. An archive of the Twitter chat will be available on the #edchathi website.
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Our Google form is a grand experiment, to extend the conversation beyond the confines of our all-too-brief one-hour Twitter chat. We hope you'll share your insight with us!
On behalf of the #edchatHI crew,
THANK YOU very much!
Sincerely,
Linda Lindsay
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