From TechEd to EdTech – Transforming Learning in the 21st Century

Presented by Thomas D’Amico, Superintendent of Human Resources and Leadership Development, Ottawa, Canada
Sponsored by NASSP, NAESP, and School Leadership Briefing


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The world has changed, and so should our teaching and learning environments. The focus on technology in the last decade has notresulted in improved student achievement. In order to “get it right” this time, we need to focus on pedagogy, technology and the change process in a Web 2.0 World.  Tom D’Amico shares strategies that were used in his district to focus on teaching and learning with the right infrastructure to help engage both students and teachers. Where should you start? Should it be Wireless environment, iPads, BYOD, Smart Boards, and Blended Learning – or – Vision, Culture, Pedagogy and Assessment? 

Visit the professional learning community Leadership 2.0: Essential Skills for Innovative Principals

About the Community
Leadership 2.0 is a professional learning community that will help school principals use Web 2.0 tools to be an innovative leader, help teachers grow professionally, improve student learning, and improve communications with all stakeholders.

As a member of the community, you’ll be invited to a free webinar and live chat each month. You’ll have access to all of the recorded webinars, presentations, and resources, providing you with an online learning center you can return to at any time.

Leadership 2.0 is a place where you can post questions, start discussions, and get feedback from other principals on the issues and challenges you face in adopting these 21st century technology tools.

About the Presenter
Tom D’Amico is the Superintendent of Human Resources and Leadership Development for the Ottawa Catholic School Board.  He was named as one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals and is the recipient of The Canadian Blogger of the year in the category of Best K-12 Administrator Tweeter (@TDOttawa). Tom has also been named as one of the 50 Global Edu Leaders to Follow on Twitter.  He has presented across Canada on the topics of educational technology and leadership in the 21st Century.