ICT peer coaching is a three day intensive course that enables participants to become facilitators of the course in their own school. The course focuses on using coaching methodology with an ICT focus to build sustainable change of practice within schools.
Successful completion of this course carries international accreditation. Therefore a summary statement in relation to the applicant’s justification and commitment to undertaking the course will be required to be submitted upon registration. There will only be 20 successful applicants for each course.
9am – 5pm
The course aims to not only improve teachers’ use of technology in teaching and learning, but also train them in the use of specific language and reflective processes that will help them coach other teachers. This will ensure that the coaching program can be cost effectively scaled, developing a school-based team of coaches.
CORE FOCI AND PRIORITIES
Integration of ICT into pedagogy Peer coaching
AITSL AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS INCLUDEStandard 2: Know the content and how to teach it (2.6)Standard 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning (3.4)Standard 6: Engage in professional learning (6.3)
School Curriculum Leaders and Classroom Teachers who are experienced in utilizing ICTs to improve student learning outcomes. Representatives of schools who are or are intending to implement iScholaris or Office 365 in 2014 are encouraged to apply.
Expanding Learning Horizons & Curriculum Support Team
SYSTEM ACCREDITED MODULE: NO
Anne De Nicolo firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration enquiries email@example.com
All contact details and further program information on this professional learning opportunity can be found at the following link Professional Learning Booklet.
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