Leadership in the 21st Century - A Model for Change

A session at Bring IT, Together [ECOO & OASBO]

Friday 25th October, 2013

11:00am to 11:45am (EST)

We expect education in the 21st Century to be different for our students. As administrators and school leaders, this means that the educational experience must be different for teachers and staff as well. Creating this new environment for learning requires administrators to rethink our approach to teacher leadership. As a new administrator, I have attempted to create an educational environment for staff that replicates the type of learning and interactions necessary for success in the 21st Century. Join me for a conversation on how I approached changing staff Mindsets, cultivating intrinsic motivation, modeling the effective use of technology and creating opportunities for collaboration and the development of new ideas.

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Scott Johnson

Secondary Vice Principal with kprdsb - Constructivist - Interested in learning about leadership and changing how we 'do' school. bio from Twitter

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  • Alan Rickels
  • Andy Kwiecien
  • Angelina Glynn
  • Arithmatweeter
  • Aaron Puley
  • Brittany
  • Cathy Faux
  • Chris Marvell
  • Chris Dale
  • Colin Jagoe
  • Colline Bell
  • Dave Abbey
  • Denise Gotell
  • Dave Szuty
  • eugenechun
  • Greg Elliott
  • Jen Craddock
  • Josee
  • Jason Richea
  • Katina
  • Kevin Kerr
  • Louise Coffey
  • Peter J. LeBlanc
  • Mr. MacAlpine
  • Mrs. Martel
  • Derek Walker
  • Patrick Miller
  • Sue Dunlop
  • Sue Bruyns
  • Scott Johnson
  • Stephen Danielson
  • Brian Hill
  • Trevor Martin
  • Yves Mainville

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  • Brad Ross
  • Kimberly Webster
  • Lisa Unger
  • Lisa Neale
  • Moojean Seo
  • Nicole Hamilton
  • Rod MacLeod
  • Steve Blok

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Time 11:00am11:45am EST

Date Fri 25th October 2013

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