Title

Going the Distance: What School Administrators Can Learn from One-to-One Laptop Schools

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

10-30-2020

Publication Title

Journal of School Administration Research and Development

Volume

5

Issue

S1

First page number:

55

Last page number:

60

Abstract

As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many school administrators are forced to transform traditional schooling into an online distance learning environment. This commentary addresses how some of the challenges and implications of our research in leadership and instruction of one-to-one laptop schools are applicable to establishing a distance learning environment alongside current standards for instruction. School administrators are strongly encouraged to collaborate with teachers as soon as teachers report for the school year to help create a shared vision of effective online instruction and implement supplemental frameworks that will guide evaluation of teaching and learning online.

Keywords

Collaboration; Instruction; Leadership; Standards; Technology

Disciplines

Education | Online and Distance Education

Language

English

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