This podcast is a recorded panel discussion from the 2008 COSN conference in Washington D.C. which was facilitated by Helen Soulé. Panelists included Terry Clark, Christopher Corallo, Marianne Hauser, and Susan Norton. The official program description for this session was: Education leaders must harness the value of information and communications technology and reconsider the longstanding goals for technology integration that are systemically focused on student outcomes. What are the skills that educational technology leaders need today? In this session, panelists will discuss the 2007 revised framework of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, which offers such a vision. The panel, comprised of experts from cutting-edge districts and thought leaders from higher education and the nonprofit sector, will examine common assumptions and goals for technology integration in the context of the 21st century skills movement. More importantly, panelists will foster dialogue with attendees about what skills, knowledge, and expertise school leaders must have for evolving learning expectations.

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Show Notes:

  1. My text notes from this presentation
  2. The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
  3. The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

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  • http://www.edtechalley.com Harold Gilchrist

    There is something wrong with the file. It is only 12 minutes long yet your metadata says it should be over a hour.

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