Facilitating Administrators’ Instructional Leadership Through the Use of a Technology Integration Discussion Protocol
Digital learning tools are increasingly prevalent in classrooms, yet too often technology integration efforts by educators replicate rather than transform traditional instructional practices. Opportunities to take advantage of the new affordances that technologies bring to the learning environment thus become forfeit. Administrators’ use of a targeted discussion protocol can be helpful for facilitating analysis and revision of educators’ technology-infused lessons and units. This article describes how administrators in schools and preservice preparation programs can utilize such a protocol to enhance their instructional leadership and foster the success of their schools’ technology integration and implementation efforts.
McLeod, Scott, "Facilitating Administrators’ Instructional Leadership Through the Use of a Technology Integration Discussion Protocol" (2015). ALPS Faculty Publications. 68.