I’ve just set up a new blog to use as a resource and communication tool with teachers at my school as part of my role as College ICT Coach. It’s going to be private, this is not an advertisement and you won’t find a link to it here. I want to be able to reassure the more fearful that they won’t be airing their inexperience in too public a forum.
However, I did want to share my first post, so here it is:
Short, sharp and to the point
That’s how I plan to present my regular 30 minute ICT PD sessions. There will be Brekky Bytes (8-8.30am, come at 7.45 for coffee and toast) and Afternoon (i.c.) Tea (3.30-4pm) rotating between campuses. In any four week period there should be one morning and one afternoon presentation at each campus.
These sessions will generally cover only one topic, tool or resource. Hopefully you will walk away with one new skill or an idea that you can immediately find a use for. Hopefully you will consolidate your learning by passing on this new thing to a colleague who couldn’t attend. Learn, do, teach – that’s my motto!
So what do you want to know about? What do you want to learn to do? How can I help you integrate ICT in your classroom? Let me know, leave a comment here, email or come and have a chat – I’m listening.
What do you think?