Peer Coaching

A place for ICT peer coaches to share and swap stories, tools and tips about coaching in their own schools.

Members: 54
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2013

What is Peer Coaching?

Peer Coaching is becoming a more popular alternative to other forms of professional learning when it comes to helping teachers integrate ICTs in their lessons.

Peer Coaching can be -
- centred around the needs of the student
- linked with powerful integration of ICT
- aligned with the goals and values of the school strategic plan
- onsite and close to the classroom
- ongoing with timely support for the teacher
- collaborative in nature
- reflective and self assessing
- effective and transferable to classroom practice

The above cycle is from - The Peer Coaching Program

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What makes a great peer coach?

Started by Helen Otway. Last reply by Jane Aguilar Apr 6, 2011. 14 Replies

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Comment by Ruth Nsibirano on June 18, 2012 at 10:16pm

Hi Lindsay, Am from Uganda, I am interested in using web 2.0 tools such as Blogs in teaching university students. Do youhave good examples of good practices and ideas you can share with me on how I should go over this?

Comment by Julie Lindsay on January 30, 2009 at 3:59am
HI Helen
Thanks for starting this group! Sitting in a workshop here in Doha, Qatar with Karen Meyer and really wanted a collaborative sharing space that is not under the passworded umbrella of innovative teachers.

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