Working With Teachers

In this module of my graduate course we have been focusing on the roles communication and collaboration skills play in successful coaching. Looking at this […]

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Evaluation Tools in e-Learning

Since the move to remote learning during this COVID-19 school shutdown, many teachers are finding their social media pages and inboxes full of apps and […]

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Empowering Students through Individualized Keyboarding Goals

Formal keyboarding is now being taught in many elementary schools, sometimes beginning in Kindergarten.  One of the main reasons for teaching typing this young is the standardized tests that are now taken on computers.  As educators, we want our students focused on answering the question, not spending their precious time and mental energy struggling with […]

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EDTC 6105 | Module 2 Resolution

Module 2 Exploration: How can I successfully build peer to peer learning experiences with faculty, including peer coaching opportunities, in a higher education setting? ISTE-C Standard 1: Visionary Leadership d. Implement strategies for initiating and sustaining technology innovations and manage the change process in schools and classrooms ISTE-C Standard 2: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment f. Coach […]

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Module 5 Reflection: Professional Growth and Leadership

Reflection Overview Each year my school district asks graduating seniors to reflect on three questions: who am I, where am I going, and how will I get there?  Since I graduated from the district in which I am now employed, I too have been asked to answer these questions both as a student and as […]

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Global Collaborative Project Reflection | EDTC 6103

Fourth grade students in classrooms across the country experienced the power of descriptive writing and collaborating through the Monster Exchange Project! This unit was part of a Global Collaboration Project (GCP) for my EDTC 6103 course which focused on giving students the opportunity to share their work and collaborate outside of the classroom. Global Collaborative Projects help students become connected learners […]

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