This portfolio presents a summary of my key learnings in the Digital Education Leadership Program, the culmination of which showcases my skills in digital education leadership. Throughout the program, I have learned about the characteristics, activities, philosophies, and dispositions of modern instructional technology coaches and to be equipped for an evolving future in this field.
This Program has not only equipped me to be a capacity builder but also an implementation expert when it comes to learning with technology to ensure that the learning is high impact, sustainable, scalable, and equitable for all.
Explore each standard below for an overview of my work in that specific area.
- 4.1 Change Agent – Coaches inspire educators and leaders to use technology to create equitable and ongoing access to high-quality learning.
- 4.2 Connected Learner – Coaches model the ISTE Standards for Students and the ISTE Standards for Educators, and identify ways to improve their coaching practice.
- 4.3 Collaborator – Coaches establish productive relationships with educators in order to improve instructional practice and learning outcomes.
- 4.4 Learning Designer – Coaches model and support educators to design learning experiences and environments to meet the needs and interests of all students.
- 4.5 Professional Learning Facilitator – Coaches plan, provide and evaluate the impact of professional learning for educators and leaders to use technology to advance teaching and learning.
- 4.6 Data-Driven Decision-Maker – Coaches model and support the use of qualitative and quantitative data to inform their own instruction and professional learning.
- 4.7 Digital Citizen Advocate – Coaches model digital citizenship and support educators and students in recognizing the responsibilities and opportunities inherent in living in a digital world.