School technology leadership: Artifacts in systems of practice

Author: 
Dexter, S.
Year: 
2011
In this article, the author discusses findings from her study on the influence of team-based leadership on the adoption of new instructional technologies. She conducted a cross-case analysis of five case studies of school leadership teams in middle schools that launched programs that provide laptop personal computers to students. Analysis revealed that school leadership teams were an important, positive factor in the implementation of the programs, as the varied and broad expertise of the team members allowed the team to respond to the evolving needs of the programs.
Type: 
Research
School-wide Tech Implementation: 
Leadership Teams

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