2011 2011-Team Captains

When Leadership and Learning Collide

Presenter: Dave Edwards
Location: Wilmington, NC USA
Twitter: @eduk8andlead

Presentation Title: When Leadership and Learning Collide

Presentation Description: Today’s educational leader has to understand the 21st century learning process and map it to today’s workforce needs. Gaining an understanding of what it takes to foster innovation/creativity/change in schools and classrooms is imperative for leaders at all levels. This thought-provoking presentation explores how leadership at all levels can make the difference between effective learning environments and poor learning environments. When there is good leadership (at all levels), learning can occur and innovation is spawned. Dave takes a look at how educational leaders can foster this culture and allow learning and leadership to collide through effective best practices and new strategies tailored to your needs.

iPod Videomp3 audio

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://www.slideshare.net/edwardsdave1967/leadership-and-learning-collide

Additional Information:
http://educateandlead.wordpress.com

Dave is the Chief Communications and Professional Learning Officer for the NC Virtual Public School, the 2nd largest state virtual school in the nation. He is also the President and CEO of Ignite Learning Partners, LLC, a new education and training solutions provider. He is an innovative leader whose passion to see education transformed drives everything he does. He works to see innovative learning become the constant, and leadership become the catalyst to foster a 21st century learning ecosystem. He is an avid tweeter, strong family man, youth leadership advocate, and when not working spends time writing and playing music for charitable causes.

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