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About Mike King

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About Mike King 

Mike King is the recipient of the 2012 Digital Principal Award sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). The award was created to 'honor principals who exhibit bold, creative leadership in their drive to harness the potential of new technologies to further learning goals.' The Digital Principal Award is designed to 'showcase models of leadership that encourage the use of technology in instruction and for principals’ own professional use.' Links to the right are referenced as part of the application process.


NASSP, in an announcement of the Digital Principal Award recipients stated that, "During Mike King’s 32 years in education, his schools have been recognized with an Oklahoma Medal of Excellence and National Blue Ribbon, among other honors. While at Dodge City Middle School the school has been recognized by the Kansas Association of Middle School Administration as a Gold Standard High Performance School in both math and reading in 2010 and in 2011. The school was also recognized as a KAMSA Exemplary Middle School in 2010 and as the Middle School of the Year finalist in 2011. Additionally the school has been recognized by the Kansas State Department of Education as a Standard of Excellence school in both seventh and eighth grade reading.  


He has also been individually recognized as the 2005 finalist for the Oklahoma Medal of Excellence Award Educational Administration and was a finalist for the 2005 Association of Professional Oklahoma Educators Foundation Award in Educational Administration. In 2010 he was  named as the Administrator of the year by the Kansas Gifted and Creative Association. 


This success is inseparable from him commitment to advancing learning with technology and his firm belief that digital tools can help students unleash their creativity. The role of the educator, King believes, is to facilitate that process and help students use digital tools responsibly. King is a prolific author, most recently focusing on the flipped classroom and the textbook of the future. To learn more about Mike you can review his Digital Portfolio Blog where you will find links to his presentations, productions and publications.




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