More and more school leaders around the world are becoming enthusiastic about the potential of creatively applying technology in order to enhance the quality of teaching and learning in elementary and secondary schools. This article therefore reports on the activities of one funded school-university collaborative project in the United States that has been involved in developing and using CD-ROM multimedia resources to transform the career-long, professional supervision and learning opportunities of school leaders (principals, teachers, curriculum specialists, resource personnel, school board and other school community leaders) - and, in so doing, improve the overall quality of teaching and learning in twenty-first century schools for both educators and students.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Innovations in Education and Teaching International|
|State||Published - 1998|