Today’s digitally-enhanced classrooms require our teachers to develop new competencies in order to increase student engagement and achievement. Ongoing professional development is necessary for successful for digital transformation. But with so many areas to focus on with increased technology in our schools, where does one begin? Join Carrie Fruin and Capella faculty as they coach instructional technology leaders through how to get started.
Taken from Capella’s Instructional Coaching course as part of their new EIT graduate program, this one-hour mini-workshop will help you create a roadmap of scaffolded and ongoing instructional technology training focused on competencies, not devices. From feeding your eagles to shoring up instructional coaches to ensuring new staff are up-to-speed, this workshop will help you to think about your key cohorts and identify the necessary competencies to ensure digital transformation success. Creating and sustaining a digital teaching and learning culture starts with equipping your leaders with key competencies so they can support and reinforce new instructional techniques. Seats are very limited. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spot today.