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Author Tucker, Catlin R., author.

Title Power Up Blended Learning : a Professional Learning Infrastructure to Support Sustainable Change / Catlin R. Tucker
Edition 1st
Published Thousand Oaks : Corwin, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (192 pages)
Contents Adjust"; Document the Parts of the Lesson; Written Feedback Using a Blended Learning Rubric; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 9: Coaching: Model Lessons and Co-teaching; Introduction; Designing and Teaching a Model Lesson; Model Lesson Checklist; Co-teaching; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 10: Coaching: Documenting, Reflecting, and Revisiting; Introduction; Dedicating Time, Energy,
And Space to Reflection; Becoming a Reflective Practitioner; Reflect Using Documentation; Using Digital Tools to Reflect; Revisit SMART Goals; Next Steps: Developing an Action Plan; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 11: Virtual Coaching; Introduction; Real-Time Coaching: Challenges of Scale; Blended Offline and Online Coaching in Large Districts; Benefits and Limitations of Virtual Coaching; Virtual Spin on the Coaching Cycle; Technology Toolbox for Virtual Coaching; Staying Organized With Google Calendar; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 12: Professional Learning Communities; Introduction; What Is a Professional Learning Community?; The PLC Process; Organizing the Teacher Teams Within a PLC; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; References; Index
Leaders Must Lean In; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 4: The Blended Learning Coach; Introduction; Coaching in a Blended Learning Context; Elements of Effective Coaching; Blended Learning Coaches Continue the Learning; Redefining Teacher and Student Roles in a Blended Learning Environment; A Quick Review of Blended Learning Models; Blended Learning: Establish a Clear Plan; Challenges Facing the Creation of a Coaching Culture; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 5: Coaching: Initial Conversation and Goal Setting; Introduction; The Power of Dialogic Interviews; SMART Goal Setting; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 6: Coaching: Initial Observation and Debrief; Introduction; Coaching Must Be a Partnership; What's the Goal of the Initial Observation?; Communicating With Students; The Debrief; Revisit
Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Chapter 1: Articulate the WHY; Introduction; WHY Blended Learning?; Getting Teachers On Board With the WHY; The HOW: Best Practices; The WHAT: Branding the Shift to Blended Learning; Eight Ways to Strengthen Your School Community; Book Study Questions; Chapter 2: A Roadmap for Building a Professional Learning Infrastructure; Introduction; Blended Learning Demands a New Approach to Professional Learning; Professional Development: Defining the Scope; The Spark: On-Site Targeted Training Led by an Expert; One-on-One Coaching; Professional Learning Communities (PLCs); Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 3: Blended Learning Requires Effective Professional Development; Introduction; Traditional Professional Development Is Largely Ineffective; Elements of Effective Professional Development
SMART Goals; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 7: Coaching: Co-lesson Planning; Introduction; Communicate With the Teacher Ahead of Time; Meet Outside of the Classroom; Identify the Goals; Keep the Lesson Manageable: Think Big, but Start Small; Provide Templates to Help Teachers Design Blended Lessons; Don't Just Plan the Lesson, Create It; Reflect on the Role of Technology in the Lesson; Dealing With Details; Wrap Up; Book Study Questions; Chapter 8: Coaching: Real-Time Coaching; Introduction; Pre-lesson Chat: Review Lesson and Establish Norms for Real-Time Coaching; Real-Time Coaching: "Pause, Discuss,
Subject Blended learning.
Professional learning communities.
Teachers -- In-service training.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1506396747