Tag: Instructional Coaching

Coaching During a Crisis

Click Here for the Audio Version of this Post Like the rest of the world, education has been deeply impacted by COVID-19.  From the ways that we build classroom community to instructional practice itself, we are reinventing, experimenting, and remixing almost everything we do.   Even the most technologically savvy of us weren’t prepared for the

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The One Question That Will Change Your Data Review Conversation

Ever been to a data review meeting like this? Data is projected for everyone to see.   You group students into those who are exceeding, meeting, and not meeting the target expectation. Everyone gives reasons for why students have reached varied levels of proficiency. In the last 5-10 minutes, you come up with some ideas for

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Coaching for Innovation

This post originally appeared here on the LaunchPad: Official Blog of TeachBoost. Over the past decade, innovation has become one of the more popular buzzwords in education. Thought by many as a path to make students successful or “future ready,” innovative teaching practices are highly sought after by leadership at all levels. The problem is,

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