Coaching Digital Learning | Cultivating a Culture of Change

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Coaching Digital Learning | Cultivating a Culture of Change

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MOOC-Ed online courses
MOOC-Ed.org is a project of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at the NC State College of Education. Built on research-based models of effective professional development, professional learning communities, and online communities of practice, MOOC-Ed courses focus on authentic, project-based learning, collaboration, and peer-supported learning, rather than tests and grades that are needed in other types of MOOCs.
MOOC-Ed.org is a project of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at the NC State College of Education. Built on research-based models of effective professional development, professional learning communities, and online communities of practice, MOOC-Ed courses focus on authentic, project-based learning, collaboration, and peer-supported learning, rather than tests and grades that are needed in other types of MOOCs.
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Coaching educators to create digital learning environments is a challenging, important, and highly collaborative role. Individuals who play this role are instrumental in cultivating a digital learning culture within their school, district and/or state. This course allows you to learn along with your colleagues from other schools and districts to enhance your digital learning content knowledge and further develop coaching strategies. During this self-directed, peer-supported, MOOC-Ed you will:
  • Deepen your understanding of what it takes to coach others to integrate technology effectively with relevant and rigorous opportunities to build upon your professional needs and understanding -- whether beginning in your role as an instructional coach or seeking advanced strategies;
  • Explore relevant frameworks (e.g. TPACK, SAMR, Four C’s), strategies, tools, and resources to advance your digital learning coaching efforts;
  • Experience multiple opport...
Coaching educators to create digital learning environments is a challenging, important, and highly collaborative role. Individuals who play this role are instrumental in cultivating a digital learning culture within their school, district and/or state. This course allows you to learn along with your colleagues from other schools and districts to enhance your digital learning content knowledge and further develop coaching strategies. During this self-directed, peer-supported, MOOC-Ed you will:
  • Deepen your understanding of what it takes to coach others to integrate technology effectively with relevant and rigorous opportunities to build upon your professional needs and understanding -- whether beginning in your role as an instructional coach or seeking advanced strategies;
  • Explore relevant frameworks (e.g. TPACK, SAMR, Four C’s), strategies, tools, and resources to advance your digital learning coaching efforts;
  • Experience multiple opportunities for personalized application of your new learning and job-embedded practice; and
  • Develop and share a coaching plan to support your school/district’s digital learning culture.
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