Data Use, Technology, and Educational Leadership
I’m teaching a class entitled “Using Data and Evidence for School Improvement” to an group of aspiring school leaders. Last night, I closed class by asking students to illustrate what “leadership for data use” meant to them. Not only did we have a lot of fun, I heard a lot of a good connections to our course readings. Thanks to all my students!
Leadership as a carrot disguised as a cupcake. Not not only the realism, but how the arms and concepts form a cycle of inquiry.
Leadership as mutually supportive arms. Note the symbolic tattoos!
Leadership as PacMan. The dots are actually D’s for data. Also note the power-ups.
One last group. Apologies to the group with the allegory of rivers, mountains, and rafts. My first pic came out blurry due to lighting issues; the illustration got erased before I could retake. It reminded me a lot of this: