Chronicles of Thought Leadership in education

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Chronicles of Thought Leadership in education by Mind Map: Chronicles of Thought Leadership in education

1. Online persona

2. Positioning myself

2.1. Audience

2.1.1. Teachers

2.1.2. Teacher Trainers Professional Development

2.1.3. Academics Preparing Pre-service teachers for the work place Professional Development

2.2. Perceptions

2.2.1. How people learn

2.2.2. Equal Education

2.2.3. Quality education for all

2.3. Passion

2.3.1. Inclusive Education

2.3.2. Rural Development Technology Integration in Rural Schools

2.3.3. Teacher Training

2.4. Portfolio

2.4.1. Bio Sharing accomplishments Previous work experience Links to personal website and social media

2.4.2. Webiste Personal Personal Blogs relating to passion Sharing ideas Previous events and features Third party blogs

2.4.3. Academic Papers

2.4.4. Features in textbooks

2.4.5. Speaking events Past Speakers | EduTECH Africa TED Talks Summits

2.4.6. Social media LinkedIn Instagram Twitter Facebook Google+ Youtube channel

3. Expertise

3.1. Working with under resourced schools

3.2. Mobile technology in schools

3.3. Curating software for any context

3.4. Teacher training

3.5. Inclusive education

4. Foundation

4.1. Epistemology

4.1.1. Reality needs to be discovered

4.2. Ontology

4.2.1. Reality is created by individuals

5. Philosophy

5.1. All children have a right to quality education

5.2. Equal education can be provided in all contexts

5.3. All learners have the potential to achieve

5.4. Curiosity directs learning

5.5. Each learner comes with their own unique context

5.6. Technology can be integrated even in the most rural schools

6. Concept of Knowledge

6.1. How people learn

6.1.1. Authentic Learning: Authentic Learning Definition

6.1.2. Authentic Assessment: Authentic Assessment: Examples & Overview Designing learning opportunities that relevant for the learners: Authentic learning - 2019 Technology Toolbox For Educators Design Principles

6.1.3. Active learning: What is Active Learning?

6.2. Learning Theories learning_paradigms:paradigm_comparison [Learning Theories]

6.2.1. Constructivism Experiences and new information to construct their own meaning.

6.2.2. Behaviorism Positive and negative reinforcement are effective tools of learning

6.2.3. Connectivism Gaining knowledge beyond formal education

7. Self-development and creating a network

7.1. UJ Masters

7.2. Conference attendance: eLearning Africa

7.3. Teach Meets – Brescia House School | Catholic Girls School in Johannesburg

7.4. Welcome to PMI South Africa Chapter

7.5. Google Certification

7.6. MIE