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Events: Technology and Coaching Combined (Online PLC Session)

Topic: Supporting the Alabama Adolescent Literacy Project (ALP) through Online Instructional Coaching and Consultation

Date: Thursday, March 22, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern / 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Mountain / 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific

Presenters
Marcia L. Rock is associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the director of Project TEEACH. You can contact her at mlrock63@gmail.com

Pamela W. Howard is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Alabama. phoward@bamaed.ua.ed

Ann G. Hoffman is a Professional Development Leader for the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning, and a consultant for the Instructional Coaching Group (ICG). annghoffman@gmail.com

Susan Williamson is the director of the Alabama SPDG. swilliamson@alsde.edu

Theresa Farmer is a staff member with the Alabama SPDG. tfarmer@alsde.edu

Location
Join Link: http://tadnet.adobeconnect.com/techplc/
Conference Number(s): 1-888-447-7153
Participant Code: 899594

Description/Other Details
For this combined technology/coaching PLC presentation the Alabama SPDG team and Dr. Marcie Rock will describe how they have standardized elements of coaching across their different initiatives, zeroed in on the core components of coaching and consultation, and determined appropriate uses of technology for their provision of coaching and consultation, including Bug-in-Ear technology (BIE).

This presentation may be helpful for your work related to Program Measure 1 (evidence-based professional development) and Program Measure 2 (improving implementation fidelity).

Materials/Resources

See Me, Hear Me, Coach Me

Rock, M.L., Gregg, M., Howard P. W., Ploessl D.M., Maughn, S., Gable, R.A., & Zigmond, N.P. (2009). See Me, Hear Me, Coach Me. Virtual bug-in-ear technology brings immediacy to professional development. National Staff Development Council 30, no. 3, 24-32.

Virtual Coaching for Novice Teachers: Technology enables university professors to observe and literally whisper in the ear of a teacher during instruction.

Rock, M.L., Gregg, M., Gable, R.A., & Zigmond, N.P. (2009). Virtual Coaching for Novice Teachers: Technology enables university professors to observe and literally whisper in the ear of a teacher during instruction. Kappan 91. No. 2 (36-41).

Can you hear me now? Evaluation of an online wireless technology to provide real-time feedback to special education teachers-in-training.

Rock, M.L., Gregg, M., Thead, B.K., Acker, S.E., Gable, R.A., & Zigmond, N.P. (2009). Can you hear me now? Evaluation of an online wireless technology to provide real-time feedback to special education teachers-in-training. Teacher Education and Special Education 32, no. 1, 64-82.