Leveraging the Coaching CPR Method to Ignite Innovative Instruction: The Power of Content Specific, Pedagogically Sound, Results Based Collegial Coaching

ID: 51007 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Katie Alaniz, Houston Baptist University/River Oaks Baptist School, United States
  2. Dawn Wilson, Houston Baptist University, United States
  3. Les Foltos, Peer Ed, United States

Thursday, October 19 11:30-11:50 AM Location: Parksville

Presider: Kurt Ackermann, Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Japan

Abstract: In today’s digital age, relevant educators not only impart knowledge of legacy content to their students, but they also present them with opportunities to apply digital tools in critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity In doing so, teachers better prepare learners to navigate the world around them Regrettably, countless educators feel ill-prepared to incorporate technology into their students’ learning Research demonstrates that collegial coaching for technology integration wields tremendous potential for supporting teachers in overcoming such inhibitions Current research centers specifically upon the implementation of collegial coaching for technology integration and the relationship between content specific, results based, pedagogically sound coaching

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