Leading Transformation - What works and what doesn’t?
Led by Lynn Fuini-Hetten and Randy Ziegenfuss, Ed.D
Transformation! One of the biggest educational buzzwords of 2018. What distinguishes educational transformation from simply tinkering with the system? We’ll explore the topic and share how we are framing transformation in the Salisbury Township School District. And we want to hear your stories and experiences as well. Let’s make this an hour of powerful learning!
Lynn Fuini-Hetten is the Assistant Superintendent in the Salisbury Township School District. Prior to her work in this position, Lynn served as Supervisor of Instructional Practice, middle school teacher, instructional coach, instructional support teacher and assistant principal in the district. In her current role, Lynn is responsible for professional learning for all staff, supporting curriculum development, supervising the district’s virtual learning academy (VAST), and managing federal programs. Lynn has been an integral part in the success of Salisbury’s 1:1 teaching and learning initiative – Teaching and Learning 2020 (TL2020). Lynn received a BS and an MS in elementary education from Kutztown University, principal certification from Penn State University, instructional technology certification from Kutztown University and completed the Superintendent Letter of Eligibility through Wilkes University. In May 2014 Lynn received the Wanda McDaniel Award from the Women’s Caucus of PASA (Pennsylvania’s Association of School Administrators.) Lynn is currently the president of Women’s Caucus of PASA and the secretary of PASCD-Eastern Region. As a learner, Lynn co-hosts two podcasts with @ziegeran at TLTalkRadio.org and ShiftYourParadigm.org.
Randy Ziegenfuss, Ed.D. currently serves as Superintendent in the Salisbury Township School District. Prior to his current position, Randy was a classroom teacher, Department Chair, Technology Integration Specialist, Director of Technology and Assistant Superintendent. Randy is also Clinical Adjunct Professor of Education at Moravian College, teaching courses in inquiry, assessment and technology in the undergraduate, graduate and principal certification programs. He graduated from Moravian College with a B.Mus. degree, earned his M.A. from Teachers College, Columbia University in technology leadership, and an Ed.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in educational and organizational leadership. In 2014, the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association (PSLA) recognized Randy as the Outstanding District Administrator for the state of Pennsylvania. In 2015, Randy was recognized by the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) as the Outstanding Leader of the Year. Read Randy’s blog WorkingAtTheEdge.org and listen to two podcasts co-hosted with @lfuinihetten at TLTalkRadio.org and ShiftYourParadigm.org