The Vision of Technology in PK-12 Schools through the Lens of the School Administrator

ID: 54129 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Sheila F. Baker, Antonio Corrales, and Jana M. Willis, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

Tuesday, March 19 4:35-4:55 PM

No presider for this session.

This study explores the vision of administrators in educational technology within urban PK-12 settings as measured by the Principal Technology Leadership Assessment (PTLA) that was developed and validated by The American Institutes of Research and aligned to the National Education Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS-A). District and campus alignment of educational technology vision will aid in building and sustaining partnerships of learning and development with university principal preparation programs, district and campus stakeholders. School district administrators (n=275) were surveyed to determine their views in five areas related to leadership and vision, learning and teaching, productivity and professional practice, support, management and operations, and social, legal, and ethical issues. Results of this study will provide the framework for establishing a campus administrators’ comprehensive vision of educational technology.


Conference attendees are able to comment on papers, view the full text and slides, and attend live presentations. If you are an attendee, please login to get full access.