Tag Archives: ISTE

Resources for ISTE Nets session

Today we are posting the resources from the ISTE Nets session (2015-03-31).

Full session collaboration room is available [here]

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Copy these self assessment rubrics.

Admin Rubric

Teacher Rubric

Thanks again Brenda and Peter for a great session.


Brenda Sherry presents ISTE Standards

Tuesday March 31st (8:00 p.m. EDT), OSSEMOOC welcomes Brenda Sherry to share her learnings and perspectives on the  ISTE Nets standards.

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We look forward to Brenda’s presentation and the discussion and learning that will be shared.


Leadership in a Networked World

How is Education Leadership in our Networked World different from leadership in the past?

Over the next few weeks, we are considering the skills needed for leaders in a rapidly changing world.

We consider this recent article: Are you a Digital or Analog Leader?

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From Bill Fisher in Forbes: Are you an Analog or a Digital Leader?


As you look at the article, consider the chart that compares analog and digital leaders.  While this article is for business leaders, we see many words that are bubbling up in education conversations today: “fail”, “ideas”, “multi-disciplinary”, “ecosystem”, “innovation”…


We also consider the ISTE Standards for Administrators.

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… from ISTE Standards for Administrators: http://www.iste.org/docs/pdfs/20-14_ISTE_Standards-A_PDF.pdf


What leadership skills and competencies do you think are required in today’s networked world?