Webinar: Students and digital leaders Webinar: Students and digital leaders

Students as digital leaders

17 December 2013

Students very often have more digital skills than teachers. However, in many cases this digital expertise is not used at its full potential for the benefit of all stakeholders in a school. Students can play an important role in the professional development for teachers and in a change management plan for a school.

In this webinar Bart Verswijvel will present 2 models for the students' involvement as digital leaders on a school level.


For starters

Video clip made in 2009 about the project Teacher Aid (Immaculata Intituut - Belgium)

Food for thought: Integration of ICT for Developing Distributed Leadership in learning Networks - Bart Verswijvel, European Schoolnet, Belgium & Aelita Skarzauskiene, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania


Main course - Webinar recording

The webinar took place on Tuesday 17 December 2013 at 7 pm CET (Brussels Time). Access here the webinar recording.


Twitter discussion: Immediately after the webinar took place a Twinner discussion on subject "How to involve students as digital leaders?". The summary of the tweets can be found here.
 

More information

Bart Verswijvel is a Flemish (Belgian) educator who was a teacher of Dutch (mother tongue) in a secondary school for about 30 years. Since 2011 he has a part time job at the Flemish National Support Service for eTwinning in Brussels. In March 2012 Bart Verswijvel started working for European Schoolnet. As a Pedagogical Adviser he is involved in several EUN projects like the Future Classroom Lab, iTEC, eTwinning and Living Schools Lab.

Bart Verswijvel is especially interested in the integration of ICT in education and in project work. He is a free lance speaker and a leader of workshops.

Bart Verswijvel was a prize winner in several competitions like eTwinning Awards and Microsoft Innovative Teachers. In 2010 he was awarded the Queen Paola Prize for Education.

[Blog] teacherinresidence.wordpress.com
[Twitter] @BartVerswijvel
[Email] bart.verswijvel@eun.org