A More Effective Online Peer Coach

As part of my studies with the Digital Education Leadership program at SPU, I recently engaged in and completed an exercise in peer coaching with a teacher.  I took into consideration that I now work at a startup, and the professional learning I would be working with her on would be all online and for a particular product. I … Continue reading A More Effective Online Peer Coach

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Supporting Online Learning Environments to Optimize Collaboration

As part of my recent exploration of peer coaching, I have recently examined what it means to peer coach reluctant learners and what the 21st-century feedback loop looks like when peer coaching.  Now we are turning our attention to something more specific and how we can use what we learned thus far to improve lessons. … Continue reading Supporting Online Learning Environments to Optimize Collaboration

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The 21st-Century Skill & Art Form – The Feedback Loop

This week in my studies with the Digital Education Leadership program at Seattle Pacific University, I am continuing to explore ISTE Coaching Standards 1 and 2 by investigating what effective student learning looks like. Just as norms are an essential part of a peer coaching relationship, so too is a shared vision for what effective 21st-century education looks like. This shared vision creates a starting place … Continue reading The 21st-Century Skill & Art Form – The Feedback Loop

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Coaching Reluctant Educators and Learning Generational Expectations

This week in the Digital Educational Leadership program at Seattle Pacific University, I am exploring the roles of communication and collaboration in peer coaching as they align with ISTE Coaching Standards 1 & 2. Foltos asserted that “A skillful coach uses communication skills to encourage a collaborating teacher to think more deeply about a topic … Continue reading Coaching Reluctant Educators and Learning Generational Expectations

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