Coaching like learning is moving to online spaces. And it is there that coaches become social artists, enabling conditions for collegial conversations, deep learning, more accomplished practice, and subsequent improved learning for students.
The Connected Coaching eCourse will prepare you to coach in online spaces, to leverage the affordances of technology for coaching from a unique strength based inquiry lens. Through this 8-week eCourse you will explore:
- Foundations and elements of the Connected Coaching model
- An appreciative inquiry strength based approach to coaching
- Protocols and activities for use by connected coaches
- Ways to leverage web 2.0 tools for coaching in online environments
Why should you become a connected coach? Read PLP’s interview with Lani Ritter Hall about this eCourse.
This course starts June 9 and space is limited!Enroll now
What they’re saying
Deep understanding of what coaching is As I reflected back on my learning contract I was so focused on the technology piece but what I really got out of this course was a deep understanding of what coaching is and how stories, positive inquiry and coming from strength can really affect change. Very powerful for me. –Eileen Lawson, Catapult Learning
About the Instructor
Lani Ritter Hall is Community Leader for Powerful Learning Practice. She also serves as the “Newbie Maven”, helping along and nurturing newbies to the PLP experience, as well as facilitator for the Connected Coaches. Lani brings more than 35 years of teaching experiences in urban, sub urban, and independent schools at the middle/secondary level in the U.S and Canada to this work. A national board certified teacher, she and her students began collaborating globally in the late 1980’s. Lani has created and facilitated professional development around technology infusion into learning for over twenty years and served in a leadership role for the K12Online Conference for 2 years. She is co-author of The Connected Educator: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age and she blogs at Possibilities Abound.
Graduate Credit Available
After the course begins, graduate credit may be obtained through North Dakota State University. Get complete details here.
We’ve put together some tips for being a connected coach. If you like the tips & tricks, you can download a printable copy, or share it with friends!
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