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by Anthony G. Picciano

ePub Educational Leadership and Planning for Technology (3rd Edition) download
Author:
Anthony G. Picciano
ISBN13:
978-0130313928
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0130313920
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Prentice Hall; 3 edition (August 8, 2001)
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Schools & Teaching
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Paperback, 314 pages. Published May 23rd 2010 by Pearson (first published June 20th 1997). 0137058225 (ISBN13: 9780137058228).

The purpose of this book is to provide educators with both the theoretical and the practical considerations for planning and implementing technology, particularly computer applications, in schools.

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Anthony G. Picciano is the author of four books on education and technology. In June 2000, Dr. Picciano published Distance Learning: Making Connections across Virtual Space and Time (Merrill/Prentice Hall) which extensively covers the growing field of distance learning. Dr. Picciano is a professor in the Education Administration and Supervision Program in the School of Education at Hunter College. Picciano is an American scholar, author, and academic who has made significant contributions to the study of digital technology in education leadership, planning, and instruction. He has conducted major national studies with Jeff Seaman on instructional technology use in American K-12 education. He holds faculty positions at Hunter College, the Graduate Center, and the School of Professional Studies, all at the City University of New York.

This book provides educators with both the theoretical and the practical considerations for planning and implementing technology in schools. It is one of the very few books directed to educational leaders who realize the importance of a long-term vision and investment in technology. Emphasis is placed throughout on the importance of the total application as opposed to any individual component of technology planning. Staff development, facilities, and finances are treated with the same importance as hardware and software.

ABOUT DR. PICCIANO Anthony G. Picciano holds faculty appointments in the P. Program in Urban Education at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), the graduate program in Education Leadership at Hunter College, and the doctoral certificate program in Interactive Pedagogy and Technology at the CUNY Graduate Center. Data-Driven Decision Making for Effective School Leadership (2006, Pearson).

For pre- or in-services courses on planning technology applications for school administrators, computer coordinators, and library media specialists. The first instructional technology text to focus on school administrators, this work continues to offer extensive coverage on technology planning and policies for technology leaders in schools. Coverage includes: Basic Concepts and Foundations, Applications, and Planning and Implementation to inform readers of both the theoretical and practical considerations for planning and implementing school-based technology.

The first instructional technology book to focus on school administrators, this work continues to offer extensive coverage on technology planning and policies for technology leaders in schools. Coverage includes: Basic Concepts and Foundations, Applications, and Planning and Implementation to inform readers of both the theoretical and practical considerations for planning and implementing school-based technology. Its ability to deliver topical information on planning, establishing policy, and managing information resources sets it apart from similar texts. For school administrators, computer coordinators, and library media specialists.
  • If you are familiar with the internet, you probably know everything in this book. I only really needed it one day the entire semester and that was to "refer to the chart on page..." Most bland textbook I have had to use during grad school.

  • Okay text. I felt the book jumped around a little too much.

  • This book is really out of date. I needed it for a graduate class and it was informative on some level but really in relation to education today it’s outbof date.

  • It's written well, I just have little time.l I plan to complete the reading and even blog about it. Very useful information.

  • good

  • I purchased this book for my graduate level technology course. I found this book very informative and easy to understand and that was a plus considering that I am not exceptionally tech savvy.

  • Excellent book for the course I'm currently taking.

  • Thanks!