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TechTrends

, Volume 48, Issue 5, pp 29–33 | Cite as

Making sense of technology in educational leadership programs

  • Kay D. Woelfel
  • Kent Murray
  • Alice Hambright
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Conclusion

Identify standards, align curricula, support technology—these are the three strategies that bring clarity to the process. As technology changes, the standards, curricula and support must change. ACTIVStudio, interactive whiteboards and cyber diaries are not just buzzwords — they are the new language of technology. The Citadel School of Education is paying attention — making sense of the challenge of keeping current technology in educational leadership programs.

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References

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© Springer 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kay D. Woelfel
    • 1
  • Kent Murray
  • Alice Hambright
  1. 1.The CitadelCharleston

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