Educational Leadership & Instructional Coaching
Being an Instructional Tech Coach is never an easy task, but you don't have to do the job alone. There are several places that you can turn to for support. Here are six things we highly recommend Tech Coaches do to support their teachers in 2019.Read More
There are several similarities between Tech Coaches and Orchestral Conductors. What do you look for in your Instructional Technology Specialist?Read More
Learn how to start the school year off on the right foot with these helpful tips for Instructional Tech Coaches.Read More
Should Schools Be Asking Teachers To Self Assess Their Tech Skills And If So … what Would That Look Like?
In this post, we look at several reasons for creating an educational technology self-assessment and provide a FREE downloadable template for use.Read More
Are you a Tech Coach in multiple buildings? In this post we will walk you through our top 3 digital organizational tips to keep you moving quickly each day!Read More
It's that time of year when we seek out opportunities. We seek employment, we seek recognition, we seek rewards… we seek out companionship. In this post, we will look at winning strategies for you and your career!Read More
What do you stand for and believe in? What sets you apart from your colleagues and competitors in a very small and diverse world. Learn why individuality is not just essential, but expected from today's top employers.Read More
Two-Step Verification is Critical in Todays Digital Classrooms … but… Should Schools Adopt this Feature?
Two-Step Verification is a process where in order to access your valued and secure information, you would need to first type in your password and THEN type in a security code that is sent to one of several devices (your phone is the most popular method). But… should schools adopt this feature?Read More
The scene starts with Brad's character, Tyler Durden, approaches Edwards character, listed only as “The Narrator.” He says “I want you to hit me as hard as you can.” It is at this point in the movie that I really can't include much of the dialogue in this post due to the nature of the conversation, but let us just agree that there is a little physical struggle between the two characters.Read More
Whenever anything bad happens in the world … wherever trouble can be found … the good guys always find a way to win.Read More
We know that for many of us, we have only 60 seconds to make an impression. The first 15 are all about getting your audience's attention and bringing them into your conversation. The next 15 seconds are not about connecting them with you … rather it's about you connecting with them.Read More
If you had 15 seconds to change your life… would you know what to do with it? In this post we discuss that key moment in your career that could make the difference of a lifetime.Read More
With over 18 years of teaching professionally in the classroom and over 800 educational podcasts recorded, Jeff Bradbury is a world-known educator, podcaster, and clinician.
Jeff is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Trainer TEDx Speaker, and has worked with more than 400 educational technology companies through his TeacherCast Educational Network that he founded in 2011.
Jeff Bradbury has presented at the ISTE conference, as well as dozens of other conferences across the country and has presented Keynote Presentations for Pearson and EdTechNJ.
Contact Jeff today to invite him to speak or present at your next event.