ELH’s ICT Peer Coaching Program is designed with sustained learning in mind, equipping you with the coaching skills you need to engage in deeper conversations about ICT.
Structured for 15-25 attendees, ICT Peer Coaching is the unique program that accredits participants as both a coach and a facilitator, delivering big returns on your investment time and time again as your school’s capacity for self-sustained learning multiplies with every teacher we coach.
Thank you so much for presenting such a professionally run program. It was a thorough program that gave stimulation and structure to implementing ICT further into teaching and learning at TGS.
Foster Adem, Trinity Grammar School, Melbourne
In an initial consultation, ELH works with you to configure a Training Workshop that rolls out in line with your school’s overall learning strategy and vision.
Program overview example
Internationally Recognised Accreditation
Customised to your school’s overall learning strategy/vision
3 Day program, 8.30am – 4.30pm
15 – 25 attendees
Recommended in conjunction with one-on-one mentoring / from collection of workshops
Online introductory meeting - before courses Coaching on Paper?
An online meeting that discusses the course overview, research & explore the peer coaching cycle that supports peer coaching.
Day 1 The Nuts and Bolts of Peer Coaching
Great coaches need expertise in coaching and pedagogy. During the first day of the course we explore the specific coaching skills, models and knowledge that allows us to be effective in your peer coaching role
Day 2 21st Century Lesson Design
What does innovative teaching look like in action? Using the 21st Century Learning Design (21CLD) framework, we will reflect on key pedagogical strategies for improving learning activities that support students to develop 21st Century capabilities. Using the coaching methodology through scaffolded activities and role-plays, you’ll be able to support others as they reflect on and re-design their curriculum to improve their classroom practice.
Day 3 Planning for Peer Coaching
Focusing on learning the skills and strategies you need to help you coach and support the integration of 21st Century learning opportunities into the classroom. This will focus on your role as a coach and how to put planning in place.
Online follow-up meeting - after courses Reflection on peer coaching implementation
An online meeting to discuss, reflect and analyse the implementation of sustaining peer coaching, coaching road blocks and the coaching plan.
A great course to completely set you up to work with teachers in developing use of ICT in their teaching (and also 21st century learning!)
Jane Beaden, Educational Technology Support Teacher, Glasshouse Country Christian College, QLD