Weekly Coaching Roundup: October 29th, 2018

Read on for the latest Weekly Coaching Roundup and learn all about BDA-style coaching cycles, how effective "responsive coaching" can be, and more!

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Topics: Coaching Roundup, New Teacher Support, Mentors, Coaching Cycles, Empathy, Responsive Coaching

Weekly Coaching Roundup: Improving Coaching Through Cycles

TeachBoost's Weekly Coaching Roundup is our hand-picked list of first-person perspectives, resources, and tools from instructional coaches, delivered every Wednesday! Here's our latest roundup focused on utilizing coaching cycles to better coaching.

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Topics: TeachBoost, Coaching Roundup, Cycles, First Year Coaching Tips, Coaching Cycles, Coaching Meetings

Starting the School Year Strong: 5 Tips for New Instructional Coaches

Tonya Moody, instructional coach in Westfield Washington School District in central Indiana, shares her practiced techniques for new or transitioning instructional coaches to start their journey on the right foot.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Guest Blogger, Coaching, First Year as a Coach, Instructional Coaching, Coaching Cycles

June 2018 Instructional Coaching Must-Reads

June may have wrapped up the school year for most, but that doesn't mean the learning has to end! Kick-start your summer with the top articles from June's weekly coaching roundups below to learn about building relationships, generating an "all in" coaching atmosphere, executing a "design thinking" coaching approach, and more. Enjoy!

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Topics: Must Reads, Instructional Coaching, Building Relationships, Coaching Cycles, Time Management, Design Thinking

May 2018 Instructional Coaching Must-Reads

May certainly lived up to its reputation—we saw a ton of fresh content this past month! Find the top articles from May's weekly coaching roundups below and learn about questions for powerful coaching conversations, the benefits of documenting your coaching work, increasing the impact of your coaching feedback, tips for keeping coaching alive at the end of the year, and more. Enjoy!

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Topics: Feedback, Must Reads, Coaching Conversations, Coaching Cycles, Peer Observations, Coaching Notes

Learning how to Make Coaching Personalized

Kelli Coons, instructional coach from Spartanburg County School District One in South Carolina, shares the importance of personalizing professional development within your coaching rolepart of our new chapter in the "Your Coaching Toolbox" series, "First Year as a Coach."

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Topics: Guest Blogger, First Year as a Coach, Personalized Learning, Questioning Techniques, Coaching Cycles

October 2017 Instructional Leadership Must-Reads

While the weather has been cooling down your monthly must reads have not! Dive into some great articles on supporting teachers through coaching cycles, coaching veteran teachers, active listening as a coach, overcoming stage fright in the classroom, using technology to norm feedback, facilitating anytime/anywhere learning, and more. Enjoy!

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Topics: Feedback, Must Reads, Collaboration, Listening Skills, Classroom Technology, Coaching Cycles, Veteran Teachers, Teacher Tricks

Supporting Teachers Through Instructional Coaching Cycles

TeachBoost continues to learn—and share—experiences, skills, and tools from instructional coaches for our series, "Your Coaching Toolbox": resources, tips, and reflections for instructional coaches, by instructional coaches.

Shawn Churchill, Instructional Coach at Anderson High School in Indiana, shares her experiences using instructional coaching cycles with her teachers and the power of co-teaching to model instruction.

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Topics: Guest Blogger, Your Coaching Toolbox, Instructional Coaching, Trust, Coaching Cycles