Peer Coaching: A Sustainable and Effective Professional Development Model for K-12 and Teacher Education Technology Integration
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Britto, M. (2010). Peer Coaching: A Sustainable and Effective Professional Development Model for K-12 and Teacher Education Technology Integration. In D. Gibson & B. Dodge (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 3211-3214). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 2010
San Diego, CA, USA
March 29, 2010
David Gibson & Bernie Dodge
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Table of Contents
The Peer Coaching Program in Washington State has been a successfully implemented professional development approach to sustaining technology integration in K-12 schools. This presentation describes the history, research foundation, and components of this program. Examples of coaching models will be shown and implications for use will be discussed. In addition, this presentation will report the results of an extensive evaluation of the program’s impact and implementation in 2007-2008. First designed in 2001, through a successful partnership with all nine Washington K-12 Educational Technology Support Centers in 2002, this program has been successfully implemented throughout the State. A partnership with Microsoft in 2004 has expanded the use of the program globally to more than 47 countries. Lastly, suggestions on how this program might be successfully adopted and adapted in preservice teacher education will be discussed.
- Examining the validity of the TPACK framework from the ground up: Viewing technology integration through teachers’ eyes.
- Technologically-Based Mentoring Provided to Teachers: A Synthesis of the Literature
- Web-Supported Communities for Teacher Professional Development: Five Cautions
- A Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Framework for Mathematics Teachers
- Professional Development in the Technology Zone
- Building a Knowledge Community among Higher Education Institutions
- Testing a TPACK-Based Technology Integration Assessment Rubric
- Designing Innovative Teacher Preparation Learning Environments: An Analytical Framework for Assessing Multi-Learner Needs
- Participatory Media in Informal Learning
- Integrating Interaction in Distance Learning: A Comparative Analysis of Five Design Frameworks
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