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TECHNOLOGY COACHING AND INTEGRATION: TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS OF SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES

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Janigo, Stephanie J.
Date
Jun 2014
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instructional methods; technology coaching; secondary; Educational Leadership; technology; teacher
Abstract
Technology advancements have provided endless methods in approaching the way teachers present content, design class activities, and assess student learning. In an effort to integrate these new methods to both engage students and prepare them for an increasingly digital world, technology coaches have emerged to ensure teachers not only survive the learning curve of the digital shift, but embrace technology to improve their instructional methods. This study investigates teachers' perceptions of how technology coaching, specifically at the secondary level, affects their integration skills.
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