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The Seven Habits of Tech-Leading Principals: ISTE Standards for Administrators in Action (March 5, 2014)

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Topics: Education leadership, Corporate innovation, Professional learning, Assessment, Standards, Advocacy
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March 5, 2014, 4 p.m. PT | 7 p.m. ET or time via World Clock

The Seven Habits of Tech-Leading Principals: ISTE Standards for Administrators in Actionpresented by Michelle Otstot, Principal at Cooper Ridge Elementary, Arizona.

The ISTE Standards for Administrators (ISTE Standards-A) give principals a guide to effective leadership in integrating technology with instructional practices. This webinar will take an inside look at one tech-leading principal’s leadership habits as she guides a PK-8 school through a successful bring-your-own-technology (BYOT) initiative that’s now in its second year. Please join Principal Michelle Otstot to see how the ISTE Standards-A look and sound in her school and get her advice to principals looking to develop the key habits of tech leadership.

Audience: School Leaders, Curriculum Directors, Tech Integration Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Tech Coaches, Teachers

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Michelle Otstot

Bio: Michelle Otstot is the principal of Copper Ridge School in the Scottsdale Unified School District, Ariz. She earned an M.Ed. in special education from Arizona State University, an M.A.Ed in early childhood education from Ottawa University and a M.Ed. in educational leadership and administration from Northern Arizona University. She is currently a doctoral student the Ed.D. program in leadership and innovation at Arizona State University. Ostot is interested in the transformation of instructional practices through the integration of technology, and she is conducting research on the empowerment of teachers to use student-owned mobile devices as instructional tools in their classrooms. You can contact her at motstot@susd.org.