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Digital Leadership
Changing Paradigms for Changing Times

Second Edition (Revised Edition)
  • Eric Sheninger - International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE)

Foreword by Sugata Mitra, A Joint Publication With ICLE



April 2019 | 280 pages | Corwin

 Lead for efficacy in these disruptive times!

Just as the digital landscape is constantly evolving, the second edition of Digital Leadership moves past trends and fads to focus on the essence of leading innovative change in education now and in the future. As society and technology evolve at what seems a dizzying pace, the demands on leaders are changing as well. With a greater emphasis on leadership dispositions, this revamped edition also features

  • New structure and organization emphasizing the interconnectivity of the Pillars of Digital Leadership to drive sustainable change
  • Innovative strategies and leadership practices that enhance school culture and drive learning improvement
  • Updated vignettes from digital leaders who have successfully implemented the included strategies
  • New online resources, informative graphics, and end of chapter guiding questions

Now is the time to embrace innovation, technology, and flexibility to create a learning culture that provides students with 21st century critical competencies! 

 

This book will equip leaders to model the skills, competencies, and pillars of Digital Leadership like never before. One of the biggest misnomers of this generation is the idea that leadership is an act of knowing. The thing that’s truly missing in many schools is modeling. Sheninger’s Digital Leadership (2nd Edition) tackles the leadership gap head on by moving leaders from knowing the way to showing the way.

Dr. Brad Gustafson, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Digital Innovation in Learning Award Winner, and National Distinguished Principal

Dr. Brad Gustafson, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Digital Innovation in Learning Award Winner, and National Distinguished Principal
Dr. Brad Gustafson, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Digital Innovation in Learning Award Winner, and National Distinguished Principal
Dr. Brad Gustafson, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Digital Innovation in Learning Award Winner, and National Distinguished Principal
Key features

After reading this book, you will be able to:

  • Identify obstacles to change and specific solutions to overcome them in order to transform teaching, learning, and leadership in the digital age
  • Work smarter, not harder, by aligning a digital-leaning mindset to leadership practices to enhance school culture and improve stakeholder relations
  • Leverage the digital resources and personalized pathways to grow professionally like never before
  • Readily implement practical digital leadership strategies aligned to research and proven in action through practitioner vignettes.

HMH is going to invest resources in a graphic design and creative support capacity. HMH will help make his ideas visual.

Connecting Hattie’s work to the work he is doing in digital pedagogy. Focusing on visible learning when he discusses digital pedagogy. Everything he does aligns with core values at Corwin.  

 

From the author –

 

In terms of a revision I would plan on overhauling the chapters on Student Learning and Opportunity extensively. I will add research throughout on the role of technology, connections to John Hattie’s work on leadership, and some emphasis on coaching from Jim Knight. The remaining chapters would be made more evergreen, aligned to the latest research, addition of more practical examples, and outdated tools would be removed.

 

 

A lot of the material is already in what he has been developing through speaking engagements and on the blog. Take out a lot of numbers, specific software references, and tools that aren’t relevant from the 1st edition. I could finish the revision by May, 2018.

 


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