Meet the Authors|
|Certificated eCoaches Promotion Text|
I created eCoach to support learning anywhere, anytime. I train and coach eCoaches, focus on online facilitation skills, extend face-to-face learning and enjoy designing content. Some projects I want to share include:
Instructional Development Timeline, Romeo and Juliet vs American Me, Earthquakes, Lesson Study, Free Study Skills, Sumerian Scavenger Hunt, The Writing Process Demystified and Digital Video Production
|My Marketing Text|
Being part of a "community of practice", teachers, administrators, students, anyone can collaborate and share and learn from each other. I have met good teachers around the country who feel isolated and want to connect with others like themselves. I created My eCoach® to have an online safe environment that builds communities through coaching and mentoring programs. I wanted to harness the power of the Internet to make a learning community where everyone shares ideas and resources and helps each other so they do not reinvent the wheel over and over again. My focus has been "Making Learning Personal" and the only way to engage learners is to hand them the keys so they drive their learning.
The San Francisco bay area is a very diverse community with a exciting mixture of ethnic groups, delicious eateries, and lots of things to do. We have the best weather and climate and from the East Bay we have the best view of the city. My eCoach® offers anyone an online community where learning and sharing can happen at anytime from anywhere.
The My eCoach environment changes often where groups start their own communities for their school, district, online course, cancer support group, book club, almost anything.
|My Roles and Responsibilities|
I write, present, design new materials, and coach. I blog and maintain my website, Rethinking Learning and host my podcast, Conversations on Learning. I provide the infrastructure for My eCoach and to coach teachers in specific programs in My eCoach.
|My Marketing Text|
Computer Using Educators (CUE)
Bezerkeley says it all.