In my role as regional coordinator for educational technology for ISBE‘s LTCOne of the advantages is that I can work with teaching technology trainers. As a trainer for 10 years before this position, I feel most comfortable there. There aren’t many coaches in Chicago. I was the only one in my building, in a city without many others. All of my professional personal growth came from opportunities I was looking for outside of my district and on my own: volunteering, serving on boards, twitter chats, conferences, etc.
There was a recent discussion in one of my meetings that there isn’t much for coaches to improve their own practice. Finally, many trainers strive to improve the practice of educators in their school building. In response, I have created a reflective diary that trainers can use if they are interested in improving their practice themselves. The journal contains 8 sections:
Learning style and connection to others – an area in which trainers …
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