ISTE coaching standard 2 sets out expectations for technology coaches in working to provide rich technology-enhanced learning experiences. Specifically, a “rich technology-enhanced learning experience” in this case requires differentiated learning and use of data and assessments to inform instructional design and practice.
To demonstrate my competency in achieving this standard I reflected on and provided evidence for each performance indicator. In my reflection I share the goals that I have set out for myself as a digital education leader and include my learning on the essentials of establishing an environment for peer coaching. I also include commentary on how the SAMR model can be used to redefine learning with digital tools and share some of my favorite tools for collecting and analyzing student growth data. One other highlight from this reflection is my artifact on how professional development can be differentiated with adult learning principles in mind.
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