Resources for LCEEQ 2017


Leadership in a Networked World


It is a privilege to be living at a time with the greatest exponential technological change that humanity has ever seen.

Ensuring our students can take advantage of the opportunities that will be available to them at a time when nearly all standardized work, from assembly line production to report writing, can be done by robots, is a complex and challenging responsibility.

How do we share our learning as we shift from a culture where learning is provided to a culture where learning is sought?  Understanding the tools that allow us to connect with other education professionals, and effectively communicate and collaborate over physical distances is an important component of strategic leadership in our networked world.  How can our educators build the skills they need to model the learning we want to see in our classrooms? How do we ensure that our students are ready to thrive in the digital economy?

As educators, we can leverage the power of connection through professional learning networks to support each other in creating the schools and communities of learning that will help our young people to thrive in their world.


The Future of the Professions: Richard and Daniel Susskind

World Economic Forum: 8 Digital Skills we must teach our children

Learning Network Leadership – A path forward

Working Open in Education -Doug Belshaw

How to Work Open – Matt Thompson

Langwitches Blog: Digital Citizenship and Documenting Learning

Harvard Business Review: Are You Network Literate?

The Tipping Point to Transformation: David Culberhouse


Virtual Math for Young Children: What Do We Know?

(Resources are posted below the slides)



Ontario Renewed Math Strategy Resources

Mathies: Free digital math resources

An Evening with Dr. Jean Clinton

The True Kings and Queens of Themes

Aviva shares her learning

mPower (for Ontario)

Northern Nightcrawlers (improving attendance)

Dreambox Learning Sample Lessons

Common Sense Media: Screen Time

Common Sense Media: Learning with Technology

Think Feel Act: Lessons from Young Children

The Power of Positive Adult-Child Relationships: Connection is the Key

Finger discrimination as a precursor of numerical and arithmetical skill.


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