If you are setting up or participating in an online community, training, or coaching program, we suggest following the Rethinking Learning blog by Learning Strategist and My eCoach CEO, Barbara Bray. Bray writes a regular column on professional development for the OnCue Journal and has been involved in coaching and mentoring in numerous organizations around the world. Hereís quick links to the latest three posts:
Tread Softly on Their Dreams - Sir Ken Robinson talk explains about doing your passion, doing what you are good at and personalizing learning. Not everyone is supposed to go ... more...
look for resources and projects that go the extra mile. Featured
Projects are authored by one or more My eCoach members. They have
multiple activities, images, resources, inks, embedded files,
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Spotlights in the eLibrary, you will access additional activities,
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Teresa Roebuck, president of Global Association of Teacher Empowerment (GATE) interviewed Learning Strategist and My eCoach CEO, Barbara Bray. The interview focused on empowering and ways to motivate teachers, tools for promotion, finding strengths, etc. You can listen to Teresaís full length interview of Barbara Bray here:
This interview is just one of the many resources provided by GATE. The intent of GATE is to support the nationís novice teachers in their professional lives by helping teachers connect - or reconnec... more...
There usually is one manager of an online community. The manager can be
called a community manager, a team manager, or an eCoach. The members
of your community will need to trust you to feel safe in your
community. Here are seven tips to ensure a trusting relationship with
the members of your community.