Digital Leadership


Interactive live webinar 

September 22, 2021 (Wednesday)

Duration: 90 minutes 

Dubai 6:30 am l Thailand 9:30 am

Singapore 10.30 am | Sydney 12.30 pm

Your Time 

(register by September 15, 2021)  


USD 75 per participant ​

Group of 5 or more

USD 60 per participant 


Led by:

Andi McNair

Who Should Attend

Teachers, School Leaders

Workshop overview:

We've all spent a lot of time talking about digital citizenship and while it's very important, it's also important to begin to see our learners as digital leaders.


Rather than focusing on what they can't do online, it's important to help them understand what they can and should be doing online.


What tools do they need to lead online? How can we encourage them to become leaders instead of followers?


In this learning experience, educators will learn how to design experiences in their own classrooms that will encourage digital leadership and give today's learners an opportunity to see social media for what it is, an opportunity to promote themselves positively and share ideas that can impact others.

This institute will equip participants with knowledge and skills to answer the following questions:

  • Why is digital leadership important?

  • How can I equip my learners to be digital leaders?

  • How can I make digital leadership a priority in my classroom?

Workshop Facilitator

Andi McNair was a classroom teacher for 16 years before pursuing her passion to change education by sharing practical ways to engage and empower this generation of learners. She is currently a digital innovation specialist at ESC Region 12 in Waco, Texas.

Andi was named one of the Top People in Education to Watch in 2016 by the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences.  She  has published:

  • Genius Hour: Passion Projects that Ignite Innovation and Student Inquiry

  • A Meaningful Mess: A Teacher's Guide to Student-Driven Classrooms, Authentic Learning, Student Empowerment, and Keeping It All Together Without Losing Your Mind

Workshop Coordinator

Navin Pawa