School Leadership in the USA: Preparing Technology “Power Users” in the Information Age

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This paper provides an overview of present and anticipated use of technology by school leaders and a description of current and emerging pedagogical approaches associated with the preparation of school leaders in the use of technology. The paper is organized around five key questions. How do school leaders currently use technology? What are the anticipated uses of technology by school leaders in the future? What are the current pedagogical practices related to technology in the preparation of school leaders? What are the emerging pedagogical approaches in the preparation of school leaders to use technology? What are the implications and recommendations for the future? An extensive list of references is included.


Keywords: School Leadership, Technology, Practice, Preparation
Stream: Educational Leadership and Management
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
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Dr. Gregory M. Hauser

Associate Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Roosevelt University
Chicago, Illinois, USA

Dr. Gregory M. Hauser is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois. His current research interests include technology in education and the impact of supplemental student services on student achievement. He is the author of, "The Standards-based Digital School Leader Portfolio; A handbook for preparation and practice"(2005). Prior to his service as a faculty member, he served for seventeen years as a Dean and a Vice Provost for Student Affairs. In 1994, he was a Fulbright Scholar in Germany.

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