From Novice to Expert: The Gradual Increase of Responsibility Model

Vicki Collet, Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, breaks down a user-friendly, differentiated approach to coaching called Gradual Increase of Responsibility. Read more as she walks through the process and offers some new tools you might be able to incorporate into your practice.

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Topics: Guest Blogger, Feedback, Your Coaching Toolbox, Questioning Techniques, Teacher Support, Coaching Models, Modeling

The "Design Thinking" Approach to Coaching

Sadie Lewis, Instructional Innovation Specialist in Mehlville School District in St. Louis, MO, spotlights 5 "design thinking" approaches to coaching that allow her to execute a personalized coaching model.

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Topics: Guest Blogger, Coaching, Your Coaching Toolbox, Co-Teaching, Goal Setting, Coaching Models, Design Thinking

Knight vs. Bambrick: Which Model Best Suits Yours?

When starting off as a coach, it's difficult to gauge exactly how, and how much, to support your teachers. Coaches often go straight from the classroom, where they are used to directly managing students, to their coaching role of supporting adult learners. In that transition, how do you decide the level of input you provide vs. what a teacher provides? How do you help guide them to the strongest levers of action in their classroom while helping them work towards their self-identified goals?

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Coaching, Coaching Models, Coaching Methodologies