Blogs and Leadership

Often wondered how blogs and leadership interact. Abi Signorelli recently comments on how she has seen the effects blogs have had on  internal leadership. Witnessing the build of trust in her own workplace, and regard/notoriety for many of the senior leaders through their blogs activities. In education I don’t think anyone can regard themselves as having authority on social networking, or in fact learning- if they aren’t doin the same. But teachers need to be given the time in their professional life to engage with these tools, for personal, class, communities (networks). 

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About thand

I'm a currently working at NSW Departrment of Education & Training, Connected Classrooms Program, Sydney.
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  1. Pingback: Reflections on the first NSW DET Connected Classrooms. | Connected Classrooms

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