New coaching and online training medium to integrate personal growth with professional development
Mount Laurel, NJ, November 5th, 2014- TeacherCoach, LLC, today announces the release of a new online resource community for educators.
Owned and operated by Dr. Jared Scherz, a clinical and educational psychologist and author with more than 25 years experience, TeacherCoach is the first training medium for educators that integrates Personal Growth with Professional Development (PGPD), two components vital to educator success.
Traditional professional development tools offer strategies and solutions, but seldom shed light on why problems exist and how best to make sustainable changes. TeacherCoach’s innovative online training medium goes above and beyond these traditional models. By combining coaching with online multimedia courses, TeacherCoach provides educators with a range of opportunities aimed at improving both their professional competence as educators, as well as their own personal and emotional well-being.
“At TeacherCoach, it is our mission to address the needs of the whole person as opposed to their work life alone,” stated Dr. Scherz. “We are very excited to announce the release of our innovative online resource community, which will provide educators with the tools, skills and strategies they need to succeed both personally and professionally within their school communities.”
TeacherCoach is an online training medium for educators providing both personal growth and professional development opportunities through coaching and courses, allowing learners to customize their objectives. TeacherCoach offers skills, support, tools, strategy, problems solving, and general self-improvement.
For more information on TeacherCoach, please visit them online at www.teachercoach.com/ or contact Jared Scherz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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