Leading iPad Programs in Primary- Pages Portfolio

In 2022 I led a workshop on Leading iPad Programs in Primary, which drew together the things I've learnt about leadership in this space so far in my career. The accompanying portfolio draws together the resources that I've leant on and provides working space to reflect on different stages of implementing, embedding and maintaining a high quality program of learning with iPad.

Starting a new role implementing a program across four (soon to be five) Junior Schools all under the banner of one college means I'm drawing on these resources and this framework again in a new context. I'm looking forward to seeing how starting a program from scratch, under a different model, will look as we start to roll out the actions laid out in our vision and mission statement and to respond to the professional learning needs of our teachers.

 

Visual of a Vision and Mission statement
Exploring the structure of a vision and mission statement
 
Slide showing a skills development map for iPad integration
Building progression in app integration and student skillsets
 
Slide showing the Apple Education Leadership series
Great leadership resources from Apple

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Posted on February 17, 2023

You are leaning on some very helpful resources here. Nice outline & ideas on what you will accomplish.

Posted on February 18, 2023

I love all these guiding questions to scaffold reflective decision-making, Angela! Thanks for sharing this resource with us.

Posted on March 30, 2023

This is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing it!

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