The doors to COETAIL are open!
When I was a classroom teacher, I often spent hours ‘perfecting’ my lesson plans. Almost as often, my carefully planned out lessons didn’t go quite as I had thought they would. Sound familiar? My hunch is I’m not alone 😇
Turns out, my perfectionist tendencies extend to my life outside of the classroom. Our plan was to share the Online 11 website with you over a week ago. Behind the scenes, we’ve been working overtime to make it your one-stop shop for all the information you need in order to begin your COETAIL journey. Hopefully, you’ll forgive us for being a little behind schedule!
We’ll continue to add information to Online 11 as needed, but for now, I’m so relieved to finally share it with you 🎉 Click here to start exploring how teaching & learning in your classroom might be transformed through COETAIL!
One of the other things I’ve been working on since you last heard from me is sharing my COETAIL & University of Kentucky story. Did you know that I began my COETAIL journey in February of 2013, then began my Master’s with the University of Kentucky in September of the same year?! Yes, I was just a little crazy!
Now, our partnership with the University of Kentucky’s Department of Educational Leadership Studies allows you to get the benefits of these 2 amazing programs with less work. I might be a little jealous 😉 So, last week I spent some time answering a few questions to give you a first-hand account of both the Certificate of Educational Technology and Information Literacy (COETAIL) and University of Kentucky’s School Technology Leadership (UKSTL) Graduate Certificate.
Describe your COETAIL experience.
I began COETAIL during my 2nd semester of international teaching...
As an instructional coach during my COETAIL journey...
One of my favorite things about COETAIL was...
Read more about my COETAIL & UKSTL experience!
We want to hear from you! What does living the ISTE Standards mean to you? How do you demonstrate the standards? Why and how would you like to grow in relation to the standards?
Let us know via Twitter or Instagram using #COETAIL (feel free to get creative!) or comment on any of the blog posts!
We’ll choose 1 person a month to receive FREE blog hosting on coetail.com for 3 years as part of our upcoming Online 11 cohort!
The next COETAIL cohort and our first joint cohort with the University of Kentucky begins in January 2019. Are you ready to be part of something bigger and become a COETAILer? Stay up to date about our next cohorts by signing up for our mailing list!
Early Bird Bonus!While you wait for your COETAIL cohort to begin, let us help you design engaging and innovative technology-rich learning for your students with everything you need to plan an amazing technology-rich unit from start to finish!
Register for COETAIL before December 1 to get access to this 1-week bonus course!
5 Creative Ways for Students to Reflect
Reflection is a powerful strategy but how can we help students to reflect in the classroom? Reflection can take on many forms. This digital download walks educators through practical options to support reflection in the classroom.
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Shifting Our Schools Podcast
In Episode 68 of the Shifting our Schools podcast, Jeff & I connected with John Nash (Associate Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Educational Leadership Studies at the University of Kentucky) to discuss how universities are changing to meet the needs of educators.
We spent some time talking about the changes happening at the university level and dove deeper into our new partnership with our stackable certificates that can lead to a Master’s Degree or even Ph.D. Listen here!
In Episode 69 of the Shifting our Schools podcast, Chrissy, Kim, and Jeff take time out to reflect on how three teachers who happened to teach at the same time at an international school in Bangkok end up where they are today. The history of COETAIL and how everything snowballed into Eduro Learning. An unexpected journey with student learning at the center. Listen here!