Welcome to "Ask the Tech Coach," a podcast for Instructional Coaches and Technology Integration Specialists.
In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” Jeff sits down with Nichole Carter to discuss the importance of keeping organized as an Instructional Coach through Bullet Journaling.
If you would like to be a part of future podcasts and share your thoughts, please contact the podcast. We would love to have you join the show.
Join the TeacherCast Tech Coaches Network!
Are you a Tech Coach or looking to become one this year?
Why should Coaches and Teachers get into Journaling?
Doodling vs Journaling vs Bullet Journaling
How does Bullet Journaling fit into Instructional Coaching?
How to provide Professional Development through Journaling
Introducing Journaling to Students
How to choose your Journal
How to create a searchable yet paper-based platform
Using Sketchnoting and Journaling for Social & Emotional Learning
About our Guest: Nichole Carter
Nichole Carter started in education as a middle school language arts teacher where she integrated the flipped classroom model in a 1:1 iPad environment. As a part of the Future Ready team in BSD she has worked to create digital content for K-12 in language arts, SEL, and social sciences. She is also a part of the group that is working on the Digital Learning Scope & Sequence vertical alignment and lesson design. Nichole is currently a part of the team coordinating the Digital Learning Cohorts for Canvas Trailblazers and Seesaw Scouts with two more cohorts coming in Fall of 2022. She is a an International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) author of two books on Sketchnoting & Creative Journaling for Teachers, a Google Certified Educator, and an Apple Learning Coach. She strives to create a personalized and engaging classroom experience for both teachers and students.
This interactive book from the author of Sketchnoting in the Classroom shows educators how to use the practice of dot journaling to develop a personalized system for time management, goal setting and more to improve productivity and save time.
We are living in an age when “hustle” and “grind” are part of our daily lives. While teachers are expected to stay on top of their lengthy to-do list, the demands on them are greater than ever. How can we provide the tools teachers and, by extension, their students need to declutter thoughts, manage time better, and remain focused and productive?
With her approachable style, educator and trainer Nichole Carter demonstrates how unlocking the creative brain can help improve mental health and problem-solving ability, as well as lead to better self-awareness and time management. Filled with the author’s original illustrations, the book shares ideas and techniques for developing an effective, personalized system to improve productivity and address teacher burnout. The book can also help teachers help students — particularly those in older grades — prioritize and think through their thoughts, goals and actions to be more productive learners.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is home to a passionate community of global educators who believe in the power of technology to transform teaching and learning, accelerate innovation and solve tough problems in education. ISTE inspires the creation of solutions and connections that improve opportunities for all learners by delivering: practical guidance, evidence-based professional learning, virtual networks, thought-provoking events and the ISTE Standards. ISTE is also the leading publisher of books focused on technology in education. For more information or to become an ISTE member, visit iste.org. Subscribe to ISTE’s YouTube channel and connect with ISTE on Twitter or Facebook.
ISTE books and jump-start guides address both established and emerging industry topics, and are aligned with the ISTE Standards, providing clear, practical guidance to help educators meet the standards. Whether you’re a classroom teacher, librarian, district leader or teacher educator, ISTE books are your answer to effective districtwide PD and professional learning to meet your goals or tech initiatives.