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1. Change

1.1. understand change:theories of change and sustainability

1.1.1. Three models of change Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of innovation Four main elements Hargreaves, D. H. (2003). Educational epidemic Five types of transformation Law, Yuen & Fox (2011). An Ecological Metaphor A conceptual and practical framework for broad-based research in education. Focus attention on: Relationship

1.1.2. Change process in three region Ontario Alberta Finland PHASE KEY FACTORS GOAL

1.2. ICT and school leadership for change

1.2.1. Definition——leadership School leaders are those persons, occupying various roles in the school, which provide direction and exert influence in order to achieve the school’s goals

1.2.2. The importance of leadership Accountable Complexity

1.2.3. Six core areas of leadership Strategic Direction and Policy Environment Learning,Teaching and Curriculum Teacher professional growth and development Staff and Resources Management Quality Assurance and accountability External communication and connection to the outside world

1.2.4. Two framework for ICT-enabled innovation learning SCALE CCR: A mapping framework Mapping Framework of etwining

1.2.5. Sustainable leadership Definition Seven Principles

2. E-leadership

2.1. Strategic e-Leadership: building architectures for learning and innovation

2.1.1. Strategic leadership of ICT School level Resource Management Classroom level Teacher Student

2.1.2. Architecture of learning( for teacher ) Model picture

2.2. ICT implementation and e-Leadership: change as multilevel and interconnected in the educational ecology

2.2.1. ICT Implementation in Hong Kong Stakeholders comments School leader Teacher Student Parents Barriers & Challenges First-Order barriers Second-Order barriers

2.2.2. 3 papers Central forces shaping educational leadership Changing school demographics Hybrid school governance Holding schools accountable Developing teacher professionalism Recurring dilemmas of educational leadership Leading and managing:proposing and implementing Cultivating the system and watching the environment Participatory decision making and individual authority Where to next for Educational leadership Binaries Hybridity Configuration Hybrid educational leadership configuration Towards educational leadership capabilities

2.2.3. ICT in the Global Biosphere of Education picture Teacher leadership in E-Learning Teacher as a leader

2.2.4. School routines provide an important mechanism for sustaining leadership

3. ICT

4. Policy

4.1. Professional Development

4.2. Pedagogical Change

4.3. Curricular Development

4.4. Assessment Reform

4.5. Restructuring the school

4.6. Technological Infrastructure

5. 21st century skills

6. Reflection2

7. Reflection1