The Technology Principal: To Be or Not to Be?
Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership Volume 17, Number 2, ISSN 1555-4589
This case provides principal licensure candidates a strategic perspective on leading and managing educational technology initiatives. It presents issues related to vision setting, planning, implementation, organizational structure, and decision making. The case narrative is presented from the perspective of a principal, but it can also be used to prompt reflection from the perspective of a central office administrator such as a superintendent, assistant superintendent, technology director, or professional development coordinator. The case includes a preliminary knowledge-building activity and discussion questions, which, combined, prepare administrators to exercise technology leadership for school improvement through environmental scanning, organizational analysis, and performance measurement.
Anthony, A.B. & Patravanich, S. (2014). The Technology Principal: To Be or Not to Be?. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 17(2), 3-19.
- academic achievement
- Administrative Organization
- Administrator Education
- Case Method (Teaching Technique)
- case studies
- decision making
- Educational Planning
- educational technology
- goal orientation
- Instructional Leadership
- Laptop Computers
- Middle School Teachers
- Program Implementation
- Strategic Planning
- Teacher Surveys
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