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2018

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A Study Of Minnesota Elementary Principals’ Perceptions On 1:1 Technology Implementation, Susan J. Powell Dec 2018

A Study Of Minnesota Elementary Principals’ Perceptions On 1:1 Technology Implementation, Susan J. Powell

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Abstract

According to the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institute the rapid advancement in technology today requires students to attain a broader set of competencies to be successful than in the past (Winthrop, McGivney, Williams, & Shankar, 2016). To achieve these higher standards, education must take “new approaches that can reach children who have not yet been reached” to attain higher student learning outcomes (Winthrop et al., 2016).

School leadership matters when a school or school district is considering a technology initiative (Anderson & Dexter, 2005) and principals must be increasingly involved in the project to model and support implementation (Anthony & Patravanich, 2014; Stuart, Mills, & Remus, 2009).

“A growing body of evidence has suggested that we are in the midst of a global learning crisis. Pedagogical practices and curricula used in schools are ill equipped to allow children to learn the skills they will need for the future. If education systems in their current form fail to improve learning outcomes, it is because the design of ...


Effective Use Of Interactive Technology In Elementary Classrooms, Miriam White Aug 2018

Effective Use Of Interactive Technology In Elementary Classrooms, Miriam White

Culminating Projects in Education Administration and Leadership

Statement of the Problem

While there was ample literature highlighting the limited use of interactive technology by teachers, minimal research was located which identified the critical resources and supports that need to be in place in school districts and classrooms to assist teachers in engaging students through interactive technology in the elementary classroom. The findings from this study are intended to provide school and district administrators with information regarding essential resources and supports to assist elementary classroom teachers in their use of interactive technology.

Study Purpose and Overview

The purpose of the mixed-method study was to determine how school and ...