Webinar – Leadership as a Driving Force in Technology Adoption

121leadershipLeadership at a school site can make or break a 1:1 initiative. Without guidance and support, teachers will flounder for direction, technology problems will increase to the point of frustration, and computers will go unused. A strong and effective leader will make a 1:1 initiative happen no matter what. We’ll look at the actions of a successful technology leader, and identify where the most successful leaders apply pressure to ensure the sustainability of their programs.

Discuss the importance of community engagement and learn how to develop a shared vision for your technology program. Explore many different strategies for convincing your local community and school board to fund technology initiatives.

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Speaker Bio

Heather Chirtea
Executive Director/Founder, Board President

HeatherProfilePicHeather Chirtea is Digital Wish’s founder and Executive Director. Previously, as the longstanding president of Tool Factory, an educational software publisher, Heather traveled widely throughout the United States to conduct over 400 lively seminars on classroom technology integration each year.  With a dual B.S. in communications and operations management (statistics) from Syracuse University, Heather has co-authored five books on classroom technology; designed more than 60 hands-on technology seminars for educators; launched online services for classroom clip art, worksheets, lesson plans, and formative testing and assessment; and written over 5,000 standards-based test questions. She serves on the board of directors for VITA-Learn (VT) and New England ISTE technology associations.  Digital Wish has granted over 13 million dollars in technology to American schools.

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