Most members of Radical Nation know that I whipped up an image titled What Do You Want Students to Do With Technology a few years ago that tends to resonate with audiences.  It is certainly the most popular piece of content that I have ever created, racking up nearly 40,000 views on Flickr and turning up in #edtech presentation after #edtech presentation.

A few weeks ago, my buddy George Couros — who writes extensively about school leadership and modern learning spaces over at The Principal of Change — created a mashed up version of the slide designed to detail the kinds of things that school prinicpals and superintendents should be doing with technology.

With George’s permission, I turned his thinking into another hand drawn image that looks similar to the original.  Check it out here:

(Click here to view/enlarge/download the original image on Flickr)


So whaddya’ think?  Are George’s ideas about the role that technology should play in the lives of school leaders?  What would you add to his lists?

More importantly, are these the kinds of things that YOU are doing with technology?  If not, why not?!


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