MyNotes: Statistical Support for Collegial Coaching #edtechcoach @doctordkwilson

In their book, Naturalizing Digital Immigrants: The Power of Collegial Coaching, Dr. Wilson and Dr. Alaniz share some fascinating statistics in Chapter 1 of their book:

  1. 5% of learners will transfer a new skill as a result of theory.
  2. 10% of learners will transfer a new skill as a result of theory and demonstration
  3. 20%  of learners will transfer a new skill as a result of theory, demonstration, practice with training
  4. 25%  of learners will transfer a new skill as a result of theory, demonstration, practice, training and feedback
But, 90% will transfer a new skill into their practice with theory, demonstration, practice with the training, feedback and coaching.

That's pretty sobering stats. A question that comes to mind is, Given the statistical support for collegial coaching, what roadmap can schools follow to setup campus communities of technology coaches?




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