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INTRODUCTION
Peer coaching
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Objectives

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OBJECTIVES
To have at least ONEmember of each faculty to successfully integrate an aspect of
ICT into ONE topic each semester and evaluate their effectiveness making
modifications where necessary.
To include include the use of at least ONE collaborative ICT strategy, such as online
spread sheets or blogs, and ONEinteractive class room strategy such as through
scootle or other interactive websites.

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FOCUS

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PROCESS: MEET

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PROCESS: VISION

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PROCESS: PLAN

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PROCESS: JOURNEY

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PROCESS: SUCCESS

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Guide

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Useful

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Collaboration

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Motivation

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IT
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Adding
Teacher Link

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SUPPORTING ARNDELL GOALS

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CONCLUSION

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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McKenzie, J. 1999. Coaching for a change. How teachers learn technology best. FNO Press.
Ottenbreit-Leftwich, A. Glazewski, K. Newby, T. Ertmer, P. 2010. Teacher value beliefs associated with technology:
Addressing professional and student needs. Computers & Education 55, 1321-1335.
Prestridge, S. 2010. ICT professional development for teachers in online forums: Analysing the role of discussion. Teaching
and Teacher Education. 26, 252-258.
Scheffler, F. L. & Logan, J. P. 1999. Computer technology in schools: What teachers should know and be able to do. Journal
of Research on Computing in Education. 31(3).
Sundli, Liv. 2007. Mentoring A New Mantra for Education? Teaching and Teacher Education. 23, 201-214.

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