2:51 PMThe 2014 School Leadership Summit
The Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL) and Steve Hargadon are pleased to announce the second annual School Leadership Summit, Thursday, March 27th, 2014. This free world-wide conference will be held online and will be a unique chance to participate in a collaborative global conversation on school leadership with presentations by your peers. It is being co-chaired by Steve Hargadon, whose virtual educational conferences had over 100,000 attendee logins last year. |
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To be kept informed of the latest conference news and updates, please join the Admin 2.0 network and conference website at http://www.schoolleadershipsummit.com. Follow summit discussions on Twitter as well at #sls14. Conference strands (aligned to the internationally-recognized ISTE Standards for Administrators) will include the leadership topics:
Vision in a Changing World
Teaching and Learning in a Changing World
Professional Learning in a Changing World
Data-driven Reform in a Changing World
Ethical and Responsible Use in a Changing World
There is no cost to attend. Instructions and the schedule of sessions will be here.
The conference seeks to present ideas, examples, and projects related to leadership in a changing world. Topics are likely to include: expert advice and/or successful practices relating to Common Core; digital textbooks; school reform; tablet devices for teaching, learning, and productivity; social networking; professional development; "flipped" classrooms; digital citizenship and literacies; global collaboration; stakeholder and digital communication; and much more!
The Call for Proposals for the conference opens on Monday, December 16th, 2013 HERE. Presenters can submit proposals for general sessions focused on one of the five strands above. While the final deadline for submissions is March 15th, 2014, presenters will be notified of acceptance on a rolling basis starting February 1st, 2014. There is a motivation for early submission and acceptance, as presenters schedule their own presentation times as a part of the process and the options become more limited as time goes on.