Anyone catch this article on Wired about the Computer Literacy of our
Reminds me of one of the NECC sessions on Leadership where we debated
whether it was necessary for principals and superintendents to be
tech-savvy. There was some who advocated that a leader with the right
type of "instructional leadership skills" and vision could indeed be
effective in moving schools into the 21st century without being
techsavvy. It was an interesting debate.
Anyone care to chime in?
Lucie (who is still running on little to no Internet Access this
summer -- whine! whine! ) ;-)
"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read
and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn". - Alvin
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