Please, No More Icebreakers

Every teacher training I have ever attended begins with an icebreaker. Despite being an extrovert, I hate icebreakers, as do many teachers and we are long overdue for a change. An examination of icebreakers as they are currently used in coaching is essential to build a strong foundation for ISTE standard 3a, which states that […]

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21st Century Coaching

For this module of our course, we have been focusing on 21st century learning and how we can use that in our coaching relationships. This […]

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A Collaborative Undertaking

The summer is coming to a close, which means I am another semester closer to the end of the DEL program. For our big project […]

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Moving Past Learned Helplessness

This week I have been focusing my research around indicator A, of ISTE Coaching Standard 3:“Establish trusting and respectful coaching relationships that encourage educators to […]

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Collegial Relationships and Instructional Coaching: Module 2

Introduction to Module 2 and My Question This week I was thinking about developing professional relationships when in a new role. I wanted to reflect on that process and find out what was normal. At the same time I wanted to consider ISTE 1 d for coaches, how coaches advocate for change, that is the … Continue reading “Collegial Relationships and Instructional Coaching: Module 2”

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