What’s YOUR key coaching advice?

I can’t believe it’s already almost the end of January 2018! Time is flying by so fast, and I’m so busy with projects for Eduro (along with my own personal consulting), that I haven’t been doing a very good job of sharing all that great work here on my own blog. Our First Book: Your…

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Microcredentials: Your Shortcut to Learning!

Sometimes we all get so busy we don’t stop to think about how much we are learning (or doing) because we just don’t have a single moment. That’s pretty much how the last year has been. It’s been amazing, but constant. And I’ve been learning so much. I wish I had forced myself to blog…

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You Are What You Do

For many tech coaches, our job descriptions are not clearly defined within our schools. We may have great external resources, like the ISTE Standards for Coaches or their whitepaper on coaching (and of course all of the awesome resources that coaches themselves are sharing all the time!), but often there is no actual job description for this…

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Everybody Needs a Coach

Cross-posted on the Eduro Learning Blog Remember when you were a kid and you played a team sport? Or maybe you were like me and played an instrument, or took fine arts lessons? Or maybe you just had a hobby or a class where you had some guidance for how to improve your skills? All…

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Creating a Culture of Collaboration Through Technology Integration

Last week, Chrissy and I were invited to give our presentation from ASB Unplugged, Hardware is Not Enough: The Teacher-Facilitator Partnership, to our Headmaster, Dr. Bill Gerritz, and Deputy Headmaster, Andy Davies. Bill and Andy had heard a brief overview when we reported back about the conference, and wanted to get a deeper understanding of…

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