1. Utilising the communication and collaboration skillsneeded to build trust and effective collaboration.2. Strengthening coaches’ lesson design skills to helpcolleagues to improve learning activities so they reflect21st Century learning. For many teachers around theworld, successful integration of technology meanslearning to use active, engaging instructionalstrategies.3. Understanding best practices in technologyintegration so coaches can assist teachers usetechnology to enrich and enhance student learning.
Wiki1. SRPeerCoachinghttp://srpeercoaching.wikispaces.com/1. Microsoft OneNote – PeerCoaching Practicum• Six modules• Activities2. Microsoft OneNote – PeerCoaching Portfolio
Meet and Greet usingClock PartnersPre-reading questions Peer CoachingReflection
1. Reading 1: Peer Coaching Overview• Write down the 5 points from this article that had themost impact on you.2. Reading 2: Peer Coaching: Changing ClassroomPractice and Enhancing Student Achievement• What is one thing that you strongly agree with?• What is one thing that challenged your thinking?
Coaching Roles andAttributes21st Century Skills –Silent Chalk Talkand De-briefCoachingCommunicationSkills
Coaching PortfolioSupplied OneNote fileas a sample.Web tools to use
Whats the Coaching Portfolios purpose and how might you useit?A Coaching Portfolio provides coaches and theircollaborating teachers with a collaborative space to sharedocuments, hold discussions, and share links to powerfulWeb sites and Web-based technologies. This is an excellentplace for coaches to collect and share coaching artifactsand build a coaching portfolio to chronicle their journeyas a coach.
1. Blooms Web 2.0 Interactive Pyramidhttp://www.usi.edu/distance/bdt.htm2. ICT Magichttp://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/3. Learning Web 2.0 toolshttp://www.livebinders.com/play/play_or_edit?id=26329
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