ISTE Coaching Standard & Indicator 4b: Design, develop and implement technology-rich professional learning programs that model principles of adult learning and promote digital age best practices in teaching, learning and assessment.
— Marianne Costello (@MarianneCostell) August 3, 2016
Working alongside and collaborating with teachers who extend their thinking to further develop best practice is exceptionally rewarding. I’m proud of the work I do with fellow educators and look forward to continued development and implementation of technology rich professional learning programs. The following are examples of how I mentor, encourage, and serve educators.
My colleagues and I are excited to open up applications for our TLC year-long professional learning. Read about our program in the infographic below.
The following blog post shows how I am involved in the planning and design of best practices around professional learning. Our model was adopted for courses and workshops taught this year to meet the needs of all district educators.
It’s imperative I create opportunities for teachers to construct their own learning based on students they teach and allow them to construct their own learning using the technology. The following blog post shows how I ensure that district professional learning is student learning centered.
The blog post below shows evidence I understand characteristics of adult learners. It’s best to understand how adults learn in order to support the best possible teacher learning opportunities.