School and district leadership isn't about a position or title--it's about improving practices around digital learning

If educators want to see results in student engagement and achievement, they must adapt their leadership practices to an increasingly digitally-focused learning environment.

This was the focus of a CoSN 2016 spotlight session by Eric Sheninger, a senior fellow at the International Center for Leadership in Education and a former high school principal.

"Leadership is not about position, titles, or power. Leadership is about the actions you take," he said.

During the session, Sheninger highlighted seven pillars of effective digital school leaders and talked about how, during his...

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