Category Archives: Learning Designer

Reflecting on Coaching Relationships and my Peer Coaching Project

Fall quarter has come to an end but the learning is still continuing. For this quarter my project was around coaching a peer in order to create a lesson plan. I’ve been using the ISTE Coaching standards to help craft … Continue reading

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Three-Point Communication and Coaching Relationships

Well, I’ve reached the end of Fall quarter in my Educational Technology Leadership class at Seattle Pacific University. For this last module I’ve gone a different route and am focusing on something a little more specific. We have been talking … Continue reading

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Connecting 21st Century Learning and Effective Learning Practices

As I sit here on this cold and overcast day, my mind keeps wandering to this idea of 21st Century learning. In class the topic these last two weeks has been on 21st Century learning and what that means. This … Continue reading

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Supporting Educators and Coaching While Working Remotely

Coaching is such hard work and has been made even more difficult while having to work from home. This is what has been running through my mind lately and stood out even more as I started thinking about my inquiry … Continue reading

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Creativity and the Classroom

Creativity, that is really what this post is about. When I was reading through the ISTE Educator Standards I was immediately drawn to the Facilitator standard, specifically 6d which states; “model and nurture creativity and creative expression to communicate ideas, … Continue reading

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Thinking About Formative Assessment Differently

When I first started thinking about questions for the current module that I am in for school I was thinking about Genius Hour and how something like that might be incorporated authentically into a traditional classroom. I think my brain … Continue reading

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Collaborating and Co-learning Together

As I sit here on this gorgeous spring day I have been thinking about and exploring the ISTE Educator standards. As part of the Seattle Pacific University, Digital Education Leadership program this quarters class has us looking at and learning … Continue reading

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Online Student Portfolios – A Community Engagement Project

As part of my course work this term in my masters program at Seattle Pacific University, I had to create a project that incorporated ISTE standard 2 Digital Citizen and used the stages of backward design thinking as described in … Continue reading

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The Impact of Global Collaboration

As I embarked on this final leg of winter term at Seattle Pacific University as part of my Masters in Digital Education Leadership, the ISTE Student standard that I decided to focus on was Global Collaborator. “Students use digital tools … Continue reading

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My Journey to Understanding Computational Thinking

When I first started this module on the ISTE student standard: Computational Thinker I thought I had an idea of what I wanted to explore. From some of the initial reading that I did in preparation for this topic I … Continue reading

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