Snap3B: Maverick Leadership
Location: W186b, Table 2
Listen and learn : Snapshot
Tuesday, June 26, 3:15–4:15 pm
Location: W186b, Table 2
Learn how educational leaders break out of confines and stretch entrepreneurial muscles through innovative public-private partnerships, contests, outreach and other efforts. Inspire the entrepreneur in all educators – give them tools and techniques to move even the most reticent educational institutions forward for the benefit of all kids.
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||I will use ThoughtExchange, which does not require an account.|
|Topic:||Educational policy and leadership|
|ISTE Standards:||For Administrators:
|Related exhibitors:||PowerSchool Group LLC|
Education draws passionate & talented individuals to its ranks. These professionals are completely dedicated to student learning, and strive daily to connect with each student to help them achieve. Often, these motivated individuals get driven into a ‘bunker’ mentality by forces beyond their control, and take refuge in making the learning environment the best for those students within their scope of influence.
Learn how educational leaders break out of these confines and stretch their entrepreneurial muscles through innovative public-private partnerships, contests, outreach and other efforts. Inspire the entrepreneur in all educators – using successful examples to give them tools and techniques to move even the most reticent educational institutions forward for the benefit of all kids.
I will provide attendees with several immediately applicable ways to transform the culture of their school or district to provide students with the best possible opportunities for success.
I will also propose a new model for evidence of success: the innovation index.
Mike will draw from his 25-year background of educational and pedagogical leadership to facilitate a discussion around inspiring and encouraging nontraditional approaches to educational leadership. How to raise up teacher leaders, inspiring entrepreneurial thinking within existing leadership structures and building new ones.
1 - Opening activity - 4 min
2 - Overview of Entrepreneurial Strengths Assessment - 4 min
3 - Examples - 2-3 quick case studies in entrepreneurial efforts within Education will be shared by guest speakers/co-presenters. - 15 min
4 - Reclaim The Teachers' Lounge - 5 min
5 - Closing - 2 min
"Monster Loyalty" - Jackie Huba
Over the last twenty-five years, Mike Lawrence has been a teacher, administrator, technology coordinator and non-profit leader. He served as CEO of CUE (CUE.org), helping the nonprofit grow fivefold in 12 years, served two terms on the ISTE board, and also serves as Director of the California Student Media Festival (mediafestival.org). He is an Apple Distinguished Educator, Minecraft Global Mentor, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and is a co-founder of the (rebranded) Google Certified Innovator program. currently Chief Maverick at Maverick Learning a freelance educational transformation firm. He likes coffee, beer and sci-fi.
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