Presenter Type

Student

Brief Bio Sketch

Mark is a long time resident of Oregon, but who now lives mostly overseas. He has been working at many different American International Schools, and currently works in Lagos, Nigeria as the Technology Director. Most of Mark's career, he has been a K-12 Technology Facilitator, and he has also managed technology departments, as well as taught a variety of courses in middle and high schools. He has also taught third grade homeroom. Teaching is Mark's third career, as he has also been a cartographer and a webmaster.

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to learn how embeddedness, leadership style, and succession in an American international school setting affects perceptions of success related to technology initiative implementation. This study will use both case study and survey data methods. The goal of the study is to identify aspects that play a role in faculty perceptions in order to better plan out new initiatives. The results can help leaders to increase the likelihood that their future initiatives are perceived as successful.

Location

HPC2 Building, Atrium

Start Date

26-1-2019 9:30 AM

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Jan 26th, 9:30 AM

The Impact of Embeddedness, Leadership, and Succession on Technology Initiative Perceptions of Success (TIPS) in American International Schools

HPC2 Building, Atrium

The purpose of this study is to learn how embeddedness, leadership style, and succession in an American international school setting affects perceptions of success related to technology initiative implementation. This study will use both case study and survey data methods. The goal of the study is to identify aspects that play a role in faculty perceptions in order to better plan out new initiatives. The results can help leaders to increase the likelihood that their future initiatives are perceived as successful.