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Going Digital in Student Leadership: New Directions for Student Leadership, Number 153

Going Digital in Student Leadership: New Directions for Student Leadership, Number 153

Josie Ahlquist (Editor), Lisa Endersby (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-119-37849-5 March 2017 Jossey-Bass 112 Pages




Educators, do you want to be better prepared for the unique opportunities and challenges inherent in this digital age? This volume covers topics such as:
  • How technology has impacted leadership development, both in traditional leadership development models and by advancements in digital tools, platforms, and devices
  • The intersections of student leadership development, leadership identity, and social media
  • A model for exploring and teaching digital citizenship across P-20 curriculums
  • Preparing practitioners to support and educate students in the complex spaces of activism in the digital age
  • The influence of technology and digital tools in defining and developing relevant skills in student leaders
  • An expanded mindset for career and professional development in the digital workplace.
This volume include timely discussions on technology trends and tools and how leadership educators need to integrate digital tools into their practice, pedagogy, and curriculum. It explores the complex intersections of leadership in the digital age, both for students learning to lead and the educators guiding their learning and development.

The Jossey-Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Student Leadership explores leadership concepts and pedagogical topics of interest to high school and college leadership educators. Issues are grounded in scholarship and feature practical applications and best practices in youth and adult leadership education.

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1. Remixing Leadership Practices with Emerging Technologies 9
Edmund T. Cabellon, Paul Gordon Brown

2. Leadership 2.0: The Impact of Technology on Leadership Development 21
John L. Hoffman, Cara Vorhies

3. P–20 Model of Digital Citizenship 35
Marialice B. F. X. Curran, Mike Ribble

4. Digital Student Leadership Development 47
Josie Ahlquist

5. Student Activism in the Technology Age 63
Adam Gismondi, Laura Osteen

6. The Virtual Table: A Framework for Online Teamwork, Collaboration, and Communication 75
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7. A Mindset for Career Curiosity: Emerging Leaders Working in the Digital Space 89
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