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|A Pinterest Mash up of Coaching Educational Technology in K-12 settings. It provides an avenue to pursue for the novice to the advanced technology teacher, director, coach or superintendent. Outstanding resource for tech teaching, learning, integration.|
|This helpful book describes three goals of Cognitive Coaching: trust, learning and holonomy. The latter term is skillfully used to represent the twin goals of individual autonomy and collaboration. You'll find this book brings together many separate things you may have learned, experienced, or intuited about both coaching vis a vis evaluation and the growth and change processes.|
|CTC is a permanent, independent commission created in 1970 to strengthen the effectiveness of teachers and teacher education in California.|
|The Council of the Great City Schools is an organization of the nation's largest urban public school systems which advocates to improve K-12 education in inner-city schools. The council is governed by superintendents and board of education members from 58 cities across the country.|
|The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) is a non-profit operating foundation. Established in 1991 by filmmaker George Lucas, its mission is to "tell the story" of successful and effective use of technology in education. At Edutopia, its website, you'll find video snapshots, case studies, and many practical, easy-to-use resources for creating the school and classroom of the future. There are some especially good resources for project-based learning.|
|How do California schools use their funds from the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) grant? In this CDE spotlight,a professional development project promotes teacher use of technology which resulted in a significant increase in API score.|
|The ISTE Standards Project (formerly NETS) is an ongoing initiative of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and a consortium of distinguished partners and co-sponsors. Standards have been developed for students, teachers, and administrators. If you are interested in technology literacy, you'll want to be familiar with these documents.|
|Funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST) conducts research on important topics related to K-12 educational testing.|
|The Parents' Guide to Student Success (provided in English and Spanish) was developed in response to the Common Core State Standards in English language arts and mathematics. The guide includes key items that students be learning in each grade, activities the parents can do from home, methods for helping parents build stronger relationships with teachers and tips for planning for college and high school. Great guide to provide to your community.|
|In Principals, New Teachers and Technology, Bruce Duncan, Director of Technology at the New Teacher Center at the University of California, Santa Cruz, shares information on what principals can expect of new teachers in the way of technology skills and how principals can support new teachers as they learn to use technology in the school context. Includes specific examples from California's Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment (BTSA) program.|