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2a. Coach teachers in and model design and implementation oftechnology-enhanced learning experiences addressing contentstandards and student technology standards
2b. Coach teachers in &model design &implementation oftechnology-enhanced learning experiences using a variety ofresearch-based, learner-centered instructional strategies andassessment tools
2c. Coach teachers in & model engagement of students in local& global interdisciplinary units in which technology helpsstudents assume professional roles, research real-worldproblems, collaborate with others, & produce products that aremeaningful and useful to a wide audience
2d. Coach teachers in and model design and implementation oftechnology-enhanced learning experiences emphasizingcreativity, higher-order thinking skills and processes, and habitsof mind
2e. Coach teachers in and model design & implementation oftechnology-enhanced learning experiences usingdifferentiation, including adjusting content, process, product, &learning environment based upon student readiness levels,learning styles, interests, and personal goals
2f. Coach teachers in and model incorporation of research-basedbest practices in instructional design when planning technology-enhanced learning experiences
2g. Coach teachers in and model effective use of technologytools and resources to continuously assess student learning &technology literacy by applying a rich variety of formative andsummative assessments
3a. Model effective classroom management & collaborativelearning strategies to maximize teacher & student use of digitaltools & resources
3b.Maintain and manage a variety of digital tools & resources forteacher &student use in technology-rich learning environments
3c. Coach teachers in & model use of online & blended learning,digital content, & collaborative learning networks to support &extend student learning as well as expand opportunities andchoices for online professional development
3e.Troubleshoot basic software, hardware, and connectivityproblems common in digital learning environments1d. Troubleshoot basic software, hardware, and connectivity problemscommon in digital learning environments
3f. Collaborate with teachers and administrators to select andevaluate digital tools and resources that enhance teaching andlearning and are compatible with the school technologyinfrastructure
3g. Use digital communication and collaboration tools tocommunicate locally and globally with students, parents,peers, and the larger community
5b. Model and facilitate safe, healthy, legal, and ethicaluses of digital information and technologies
5c. Model and promote diversity, cultural understanding,and global awareness by using digital-agecommunication and collaboration tools to interactlocally and globally with students, peers, parents,and the larger community
6a. Engage in continual learning to deepen content andpedagogical knowledge.6b. Engage in continuous learning to deepen professionalknowledge, skills, and dispositions in organizational changeand leadership, project management, & adult learning toimprove professional practice
6c. Regularly evaluate and reflect on professional practice &dispositions to improve & strengthen their ability to effectivelymodel and facilitate technology-enhanced learning experiences
Goals-to reflect more regularly in writing – to understand and beable to articulate and disseminate my learning-Parent EducationRegular “com-mentor” mornings in the blogger’s café-To lead and build a coaching team. to build upon the cultureof reflective, self-directed and peer-supported professionallearning through partnership relationships with faculty.-To work with Karin to bring to MJGDS an ethic of excellenceas outlined in Ron Berger’s book, “An Ethic of Excellence.”-To continue leading and participating in professional bookdiscussion groups with a variety of faculty members.