Saturday, June 11, 2016

Teachers as Leaders, the force multiplier of instructional support coaches

Every Teacher as a Leader, the force multiplier of instructional support coach.

How Instructional Support Coaches Can Help Transform Schools | Strengthening Pedagogical Knowledge

An instructional support coach is a highly trained teacher whose
principal or secondary professional responsibility is to grow and become the  go to expert for other teachers needing advice or ideas. The roll of coach is promoted and implemented in a nonjudgmental model.  The primary roll of the instructional coach is to transform the learning environment into a place where all students thrive academically. Teachers and coaches need to collaborate and adapt evidence-based best practices into daily classrooms routines by sharing with teams and other school leaders what works and what does not work.

Instructional Support Coaches Needed in School 

Cooperative Learning Team Building Coaches
Cooperative learning is a successful teaching strategy in which small teams, each with students of different levels of ability, use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject.

Emergent Literacy Coaches
During early speech and language development, children learn skills that are important to the development of literacy (reading and writing). This stage, known as emergent literacy, begins at birth and continues through the preschool years

Emergent Numeracy 

Primary and Intermediate ELA Reading Coaches 

Primary and Intermediate Math Coaches 

Assessment and Progress Monitoring Coaches

Behavior Management Coaches


[PDF]Chapter 4: types of coaching - Learning Forward
National Staff Development Council of an instructional conversation protocol that an instructional coach might use. 4.4. Classroom observation checklist. Provide technical coaching about specific.

[PDF]Instructional Coaching: A Partnership Approach to Improving Instruction
What Are Some Common Forms of Coaching? 9. What's in the Book? 14 .... Chapter 5 explains strategies instructional coaches can use to enroll teachers in ...

[PDF]A Primer on Instructional Coaches - Principal Leadership (May 2005)
had an instructional coach in my school, I could have done that. ... seven common questions aboutinstructional coaching and here is what the researchers.

[PDF]Handout 1 – Best Practices in Instructional Coaching
establish a common understanding of the theory and framework of an ... practices associated with effective instructional coaching. .... School Reform.

[PDF]Examples for Instructional Coaches.pdf - SAS
(walk through, student achievement, common assessments, etc.) to plan ... The instructional coachsets professional growth goals for working with staff that may ...

[PDF]Instructional Coaching Strategies to Support Student Success in ...
United States Department of Education
by K Walters - ‎2014 - ‎Related articles Supports, Professional Development, and Instructional Coaching. The ... What types of instructional coaching programs support student success in Algebra I? To answer ..... 

[PDF]instructional coaching model - Shaker Heights Schools
Shaker Heights High SchoolThe purpose of the Instructional Coaching Model is to help close the student .... coach and the teachers through building a common experience and knowledge ...

[PDF]The Effects of Instructional Coaching on Student Achievement
by KY Sumner - ‎2011 - ‎Cited by 8 - ‎Related articlesMar 20, 2011 - Question One: High School Instructional Coaching Implementation ..... All of these coaching types have been used to some extent across the ...

[PDF]PLOT - Professional Learning Online Tool - Things PLC
Coaching types overview. There are three ... Unlike instructional coaching and leadership coaching, feedback on teaching practice is generally not part of peer ...

[PPT]Models of Coaching - Curry School of Education - University of Virginia
University of VirginiaTwo types of coaches ... Coaching: A strategy for developing instructional capacity: Promises and ... 

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