This study utilized a mixed-method, researcher-administered, Web-based survey of K-12 technology leaders in the State of New York. The study used both closed-ended and open-ended questions. K-12 technology leaders were asked to determine which qualities of transformational leadership and the NETS-A standards would be most valuable for future leaders in the field. The K-12 technology leaders participating in this study evaluated each aspect of a theoretical framework by quantitatively rating each specific competency with a Likert scale to assess value. They also evaluated the competencies qualitatively to explain the importance of each and the relevance to the work done by K-12 technology leaders. The results supported the framework of the study.In addition, a related theme of this research was the focus upon how graduate schools of education prepare future K-12 technology leaders. Based on the previous chapter, the ultimate goal of this research was to use the data gathered anbsp;...
|Title||:||Educational Technology Leaders: Competencies for a Conceptual Age|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|