Leading Technology Integration: The Principal as an Educational Technology Leader
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Research shows that educational leaders hesitate to embrace technology because of the need to balance diverse learning approaches along with pressure to promote and expect teachers to integrate technology chosen primarily by district leaders. While educational technology marries educational theory and practice with technology tools, its intention is still to promote education for all learners. This action research study of administrative leaders in Callery Blossom Independent School District investigates the perspective and understanding of educational technology through interviews of campus principals and a content analysis of lesson plans and campus improvement plans. Educational leaders can use this research to develop and promote a collaborative understanding of educational technology to focus on continuous improvement processes by supporting successful campus technology integrations.
Reeves, Laura Michelle (2019). Leading Technology Integration: The Principal as an Educational Technology Leader. Doctoral dissertation, Texas A&M University. Available electronically from