Next week (April 6-11), a research team from the Mid-Career Doctoral Program in Ed Leadership (@MCDPEL) will reside on the Pine Ridge reservation to study (for one week) through the lenses of students, teachers, parents and educational leadership. The research team will also spend time working alongside faculty and students in the teacher and leadership preparation programs at the Oglala Lakota College at Pine Ridge.
Structured like previous @MCDPEL trips to Finland and Alaska, this trip will be shared transparently for others around the education field to contribute thoughts, ideas and ask questions (below).
MCDPEL students will leverage social media to share their learning with the world, as well as encourage more perspectives throughout the week. This blog, along with the following mediums will be used to connect.
- On the “muut” ASK US forum.
- On Twitter at #pennlakota15 and @MCDPEL
- On Twitter’s new “Periscope LIVE vide-streaming app” at @periscopeEDU and #periscopeEDU
- On Facebook
- On Instagram at @MCDPEL and #pennlakota
- On Google+
Joe Mazza serves as the Leadership Innovation Manager at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education working with Mid-Career Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (MCDPEL) faculty, students and alumni as well as supporting the Penn Center for Educational Leadership (PCEL). Joe also serves as a national family-community engagement advisor to the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, DC.
This blog was originally posted here.