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Top Videos to Showcase to Administrative Leaders

Happy Sunday!

Thanks to my new friend on Twitter, Lisa Thumann, I am creating this post in support of her efforts to create a video repository. This video collection will highlight the best administrative leadership videos to assist and guide our leaders of the importance of why we need to meet the needs our 21st century learners, infusing Web 2.0 technologies, and transformative solutions to assist our students to be competent self-directed learners.

Please feel free to leave a comment and share your favorite video clip, so we can add it to the collection. More to come.....

A Brave New World Wide Web
A Portal to Media Literacy
A Vision of K-12 Students
A Vision of Students Today
Did You Know ..IV
Educational Podcasting in Colorado to Replace Homework
Famous Failures
Learning and Motivation in the 21st Century
Learn to Change- Change to Learn
Let's Fight it Together!
Mr. Dalton Sherman
Pay Attention
Teachers- What Do You Really Make?
Think Differently
Web 2.0...The Machine is Us/ing Us
What I Want for My Children
Where the Hell is Matt?
Why Teaching is Such an Important Calling

Comments

Dave Truss said…
Hi,
I thought you might like to know that a similar list is being compiled by Dennis Richards here:
http://innovation3.edublogs.org/2008/10/19/top-ten-web-20-must-see-videos-that-superintendents-other-school-and-district-leaders-must-see/
simonbeaner said…
I got to you via the Sir Ken Robinson video on Edutopia. I agree so much with him, as you do. I think you might be interested in this article, that talks about a project that is putting these concepts to work in North Carolina with 5000 children! http://www.edutopia.org/bright-idea-gaming-creative-teaching
Also a video interviews some people involved. http://www.bookosphere.net/briteidea.htm

Thanks for your work! Julie Erickson www.julieannerickson.blogspot.com
Jim Beeghley said…
Hi,

I'm planning on doing an inservice for administrators on leadership and will be pointing them to this post. Thank you very much for compiling the links.

Jim Beeghley
Teaching the Civil War with Technology
http://www.teachthecivilwar.com

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