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    Eduro Learning: Coaching for School-Wide Change

    In preparation for the final project, this week I wanted to think about how I can apply what I have learned over the past 5 weeks to an existing model of coaching at my school, namely the Leaders Of Learning teacher development programme. Again, I fo
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    Eduro Learning: What Challenges do Coaches Face?

    I found this week's reading very interesting as we move closer to the final project for this course. As I am more of a visual learner the first link I clicked on was this interesting graphic on the cyclical process of effective coaching: As expect
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    Whoops...I'm not perfect

    I think it is increasingly obvious that "online privacy" may be a bit of an oxymoron. While I embrace the possibilities of the internet and technology and a more networked and globalized world, there is always the specter of my loss of privacy and so
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    How Far Might We Go?

    Research online collaborative projects that you might be able to use in your classroom. Write a blog post reflecting on how technology is changing the learning landscape and global education. There has been a lot of talk about how important studen
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    Don't Walk Behind Me

    While reading "How millennials challenge traditional leadership," I remembered something I heard when I was working as a college orientation staffer many moons ago. I wasn't able to find the actual study, and my Googling skills are not as great as I
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    Teacher no more: I am a lead learner

    As an educator I'm always looking for ways I can shift the paradigm of my profession away from the traditional. Very often I frustrate myself by thinking too big, and by expecting administrators, colleagues and institutions to change and adapt quickl