Colegio Nueva Granada Hosts Second Annual Learning Center Symposium
Oct25

Colegio Nueva Granada Hosts Second Annual Learning Center Symposium

Catalina Artunduaga, Learning Center Director & Maria Paula Camargo, Associate Learning Center Director Colegio Nueva Granada proudly hosted it’s second annual Learning Center Symposium on September 21 and 22, 2017. Over 70 educators from schools around Colombia as well as from 6 other countries in Central and South America (Guatemala, Argentina, Trinidad and Tobago, Peru, Panamá and Chile) attended the event, where the theme...

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How Not to Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience with Cognitive CoachingSM
Aug23

How Not to Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience with Cognitive CoachingSM

How Not to Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience with Cognitive CoachingSM By: Cailin Minor, Literacy Coach at The Columbus School in Medellin, Colombia cminor@columbus.edu.co When we think of coaches, many times the first word that comes to mind is “expert.” Coaches are thought of as the ones with all the answers and ideas and it is their job to give teachers that knowledge. If we have a question, they answer it. If we have a...

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Cognitive Coaching Institute
Mar07

Cognitive Coaching Institute

Cognitive Coaching Institute Columbus School, Medellin By: Trisha Nikrandt, Director of Learning With the support of AASSA, The Columbus School hosted 20 staff members from AASSA schools and 20 from The Columbus School for the first session of Cognitive Coaching.  Cognitive Coaching in a model that supports individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed, and in turn, become self-managing, self-monitoring and self-modifying...

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Colegio Panamericano, Bucaramanga, Colombia
Oct10

Colegio Panamericano, Bucaramanga, Colombia

For more information, visit the website- http://www.panamericano.edu.co/colpanamericano/

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A Positive Approach to Analyzing Data
Apr22

A Positive Approach to Analyzing Data

By:  Cailin Minor, The Columbus School, Medellin, Colombia Anyone who works in a school knows that analyzing data can be a springboard that launches educators into meaningful action and positive change in student learning. We also know that data can be a four letter word that can launch people into uneasiness, defensiveness, and even dread. As a Literacy Coach at The Columbus School in Medellín, Colombia, I have seen both of these...

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