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Digital Leadership Among School Leaders in Malaysia

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
These two dimensions are communication and school climate, while nine functions include virtual meetings, virtual discussions, virtual information sharing, online file sharing, virtual communication, virtual  ...  In line with the rapid development of IR 4.0, school leaders need to seize the opportunity to transform them by integrating technology in leadership style.  ...  These functions are virtual meetings, virtual discussions, virtual information sharing, online file sharing, virtual communication, virtual teaching and learning supervision, virtual monitoring of students  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.i8221.078919 fatcat:kaeyttec5fcgfknvt76vb6fsgu

GATHERING LEADERSHIP MOMENTUM ACROSS GREAT DISTANCES – CREATING AN ONLINE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE [chapter]

Jana Varlejs, Liz Lewis, Graham Walton
2009 IFLA Publications Series  
Learning involves participation in a community of practice." iv What is a community of practice?  ...  Forming the MPLA Online Community of Practice The Leadership Institute assembles librarians with common interests in leadership.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783598441776.5.289 fatcat:dcoplt3ugngfxiwv47vqgx62ai

Social Geographies of Educational Leadership

Alan Daly
2021 Pacific Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning  
The rise of social media has led to a panoply of online communication spaces or sites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, wherein individuals can engage into the informal learning with others.  ...  One of most widely used and simplest strategies is engaging communities through communication and collaboration in online spaces which involves accessing just in time information (e.g., news, ideas, approaches  ...  The rise of social media has led to a panoply of online communication spaces or sites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, wherein individuals can engage into the informal learning with others.  ... 
doi:10.24135/pjtel.v3i1.108 fatcat:ovmpakeqmrejhkc2dikzxspjhy

Shared Space in Distance: A Phenomenological Study on Student Leadership in Virtual Platform

Wilter C. Friales
2021 International Journal of Qualitative Research  
Four themes (categories) emerged that characterized the essence (structure) of the phenomenon of student leadership in virtual space.  ...  Campus student leadership in a virtual space refers to the pursuit of student leaders in pursuing leadership through organizing, implementing, and facilitating programs and activities virtually.  ...  Virtual platform or space in this study is the context as this research would like to investigate the leadership of students in this new space where they function their roles as leaders from the planning  ... 
doi:10.47540/ijqr.v1i2.391 fatcat:6vgbtfpgwne4vnznvhc46ot7de

Wikis: Developing pre-service teachers' leadership skills and knowledge of content standards

Angelia Reid-Griffin, Kelli M. Slaten
2016 European Journal of STEM Education  
In this initial phase of our multi-year research study we set out to explore the development of leadership skills in our pre-service secondary teachers after using an online wiki, Wikispaces.  ...  They were successful in these new roles as teacher/collaborator within the context of communication about content standards.  ...  The wiki class space, provided a learning community in which the pre-service teachers were able to build, edit, contribute, and share ideas related to their own instructional practices and resources grounded  ... 
doi:10.20897/lectito.201601 fatcat:tngrpt5kybha3mrhn7t62zltsy

Online Tea Cafés: Using Caring Science to Transform Digital Learning Spaces and Advance Nursing Leadership

Lisa Sara Goldberg, Les T Johnson, Sandra F Murphy
2020 Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière  
to advance nursing leadership skills for students learning in cyber spaces.  ...  By incorporating an element of tea into the virtual classroom, students re-imagined the online learning environment as inviting and generous: a space to engage, share, explore, and play, indeed a result  ... 
doi:10.17483/2368-6669.1223 fatcat:2bgdtxgfznfktbjcj4zwbxthea

From Ground to Distance: The Impact of Advanced Technologies on An Innovative School Leadership Program

Susan Korach, Lyndsay J. Agans
2011 Journal of Research on Leadership Education  
, and the establishment of online communities of inquiry and supportive networks.  ...  An educational leadership preparation program for the 21st Century not only makes use of innovations in teaching and learning, but pushes the educational experience forward through the effective use of  ...  The online environment seemed to create a space where a community of inquiry was formed and authentic leadership learning occurred.  ... 
doi:10.1177/194277511100600508 fatcat:mse3ka7krze5hbffaowcynjxim

Shared Humanity Conceptual Framework [article]

Ruth Andrews
2022 figshare.com  
Covid 19 has revealed deep fissures and inequalities in society with the ever-increasing marginalisation of people groups and communities due to poverty, stigmatisation, and prejudice.  ...  They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of humanity'.  ...  • Communicate effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problem Diagram: Paul & Elder (2010) Shared Humanity Module_April 2021 10 Co-curriculum Office Centre for Student Leadership  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.20702029.v1 fatcat:nmbhafowqvbhnmrd6yznz7k42i

The Impact of Online Learning Context in Fostering Open Leadership Skills

Nesrin Bahçelerli, Tulen Saner, Zehra Altinay, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Fahriye Altinay
2017 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Education  
Active learning plays a great role that learners become leader of their learning process and knowledge construction process.This study focused on the impact of online learning context in fostering open  ...  The methods of learning have changed rapidly. For online learning process, collaboration, active participation and technology acceptance are crucial.  ...  Online learning enviorment have been done in order to share ideas and good practice through personalized learning and motivating learners.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006387107360741 dblp:conf/csedu/BahcelerliSAOA17 fatcat:wcuahuh6pfghzcowky3h7c7pdu

An Approach to an Online EdD in Community College Leadership Program

Christine Harrington, Kimberlee Hooper, AnnMarie Hughes, Eric Klein, John Melendez, Faraz Siddique, Ellen Wasserman
2021 Impacting Education Journal on Transforming Professional Practice  
The purpose of this article is to provide an example of how an EdD in Community College Leadership program is offered in an online format.  ...  Then, several strategies to promote connection among students and to facilitate a supportive, engaging learning environment virtually are shared.  ...  In many courses, the students are required to share their work in an online space such as a discussion board so that cohort members can review the work of their colleagues and engage in further dialogue  ... 
doi:10.5195/ie.2021.185 fatcat:5gx4e25d2bfynpztmb7ifrjrhu

Teaching & Learning for International Students in a 'Learning Community': Creating, Sharing and Building Knowledge

Linzi Kemp
2010 InSight : A Journal of Scholarly Teaching  
Passive listening causes disconnection because students are not able, nor are they led, to make connections in their learning across the curriculum.  ...  The rationale for the introduction of collaborative opportunities in the classroom has been extended here as the physical space of the F2F classroom; plus the online space has been used to allow a learning  ...  The course outcome is that a common theme of leadership in the Middle East is shared across sections, and more knowledge is gained about leadership traits of these leaders.  ... 
doi:10.46504/05201005ke fatcat:xu4itwpj7za7fhow7hmieswc2m

Seeding change: What VVH can teach us about teaching and learning in digital spaces

Michelle Ciccone
2021 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
when we use them to build community, and digital collaboration enables us to tap into the wisdom of the group.  ...  As we build better and more humane educational spaces, it is important to remember that teachers are learners too, and the VVH ethos may help guide professional learning moving forward.  ...  Each of us engaged in the leadership role by facilitating at least one VVH session, and so, we were each able to share something about which we were passionate.  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2021-13-3-14 fatcat:wwba3t7wdjavxhfxxfxzpxpcxq

The Choices that Connect Uncertainty and Sustainability: Student-Centred Agile Decision-Making Approaches Used by Universities in Australia and the UK during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Tünde Varga-Atkins, Rhona Sharpe, Sue Bennett, Shirley Alexander, Allison Littlejohn
2021 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
of crisis leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  We discuss four prominent drivers for student-centred decision making: a) collecting and rapidly sharing student voice data, b) offering more choice in anticipation of diverse needs, c) giving a high priority  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank all students and colleagues in our organisations with whom we have worked during the COVID-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.5334/jime.649 fatcat:queb6ctokjapfjxy54fchpywim

Creating Community Through Cohort Learning: A Training Model for Youth Development Professionals

Amber Shanahan, Trisha Sheehan
2020 Journal of Youth Development  
The Youth Development Learn and Lead (YDLL) cohort is grounded in integrative leadership that influences professional relationship building through the sharing of applicable skills and theory across hierarchical  ...  boundaries while providing a community of practice to discuss ideas and share resources.  ...  YDLL Cohort Impacts Of the 58 EEs who took part in and completed the YDLL series from 2015 through 2019, 50 (86%) responded to a request to complete a post-cohort online evaluation of the cohort learning  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2020.827 fatcat:dmjgz7s5z5h5demypj3jxt4hey

Empowering Women Leaders for Work-Integrated e-Learning: Social Changes and Persistent Challenges

Amy Wong, Karin Sixl-Daniell
2020 International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning  
This study examines the effects of a work-integrated e-learning program for women leaders offered by a fully online institution.  ...  The findings showed that integration of technology-enhanced learning into the workplace for purposes of training and development can bring about a variety of social changes at the individual, group, and  ...  Social changes In order to examine the impact of work-integrated e-learning on social changes, participants were asked to share their views on the Women Leadership Executive Program and how their key reflections  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijac.v13i4.14749 fatcat:hv773njzfnanbgmqy2vls5yhay
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