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      TICAL Administrator Resources

      TICAL's mission is to help K-12 administrators provide informed and effective leadership in the use of technology to improve education.

      School administrators are busy people with a big job to do! Looking for resources and support in leadership, technology and innovation?

      The Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL) serves school leaders through three unique pillars:

      • Internet portal:  An Internet site that acts as a centralized repository of technology related resources and professional development opportunities for California's administrators.
      • Cadre:  A cadre of school leaders across the state of California who are practicing school administrators participating in TICAL planning, resources building and provide regional professional development.
      • Conference: An annual leadership symposium, Leadership 3.0, a collaborative event put on by ACSA, CUE, and TICAL providing 2 ½  days of leadership, technology, and innovation. 

      Check out some of TICAL’s resources on the right, or visit the TICAL website for all your leadership needs!

      Want to network with others? Visit and join TICAL’s community, Administrator 2.0, a professional learning network, on LearnCentral.

      TICAL is funded  by the California Department of Education (CDE). The Santa Cruz County Office of Education serves as the LEA of the project.

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      • Jun 6 2011 11:57 PM

        Invitation to a LearnCentral Event on "Turning Your School into a Technology Center" // Ellen Faden

        How can schools become collaborative technology centers - using existing computers, software, and skills? In this Eluminate session on June 17, we will review School Documentation Architecture: the core of your technology center.