Collegial Coaching

Collegial Coaching

Mentoring for Knowledge and Skills That Transfer to Real-World Applications

Katie Alaniz


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In the present age of rapidly expanding digital innovation within educational settings and beyond, professional development targeting content-focused, pedagogically-sound, results-based technology integration remains an area of tremendous need. Designed for use within early childhood through high school settings, as well as education courses at the university level, this guidebook details the Coaching CPR Method. More specifically, it explores the process of collegial coaching within school environments that focuses upon content-specific goals and objectives, aligns with sound instructional strategies, and incorporates authentic assessment opportunities to transform student learning experiences.


Katie Alaniz:

Katie Alaniz, EdD, is the director of online learning and professional development and a faculty member within the College of Education Behavioral Sciences at Houston Baptist University. As a teacher and digital learning specialist for over a decade in both public and private schools, including her service as a digital learning specialist at River Oaks Baptist School, Dr. Alaniz guides fellow educators as they meaningfully integrate digital tools and resources within their classrooms.