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Technology Standards for School Administrators: An Analysis of Practicing and Aspiring Administrators' Perceived Ability to Perform the Standards
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NASSP Bulletin Volume 90, Number 4, ISSN 0192-6365

Abstract

This study investigated practicing and aspiring school administrators' perceived level of proficiency related to the Technology Standards for School Administrators adopted by the International Society for Technology in Education. Based on the mentor-mentee relationship, the study found there were no significant differences between mentors and mentees in their perceived ability to meet any of the Technology Standards for School Administrators. However, there was a significant difference between mentors and mentees on the social, legal, and ethical issues standard, with mentees showing a greater desire to pursue professional development in this standard area.

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Yu, C. & Durrington, V.A. (2006). Technology Standards for School Administrators: An Analysis of Practicing and Aspiring Administrators' Perceived Ability to Perform the Standards. NASSP Bulletin, 90(4), 301-317. Retrieved November 22, 2019 from .

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