This week we learned five tips for making the most out of Summer PD, how administrators can involve teachers in important decisions, techniques for supporting teachers during significant changes to their practice, and more.
We sprung into June by learning how ICs can set boundaries and expectations with their supervisors, tips for encouraging teacher reflection, the importance of affirmations at the end of the year, and more! 😀
Although ICs deserve support from their peers, that's not always what they receive. Margaret Harris-Shoates, district Ed Tech coordinator in Virginia, shares what ICs can and cannot expect from their supervisors and what to do when they are feeling less than supported.
The school year may be coming to an end, but there's still time to finish the year strong, so we looked to your peers for some end-of-year coaching tips in this month's topic Weekly Coaching Roundup. 😀
This week we learned a few end-of-year coaching tips, Jim Knight's seven factors of successful coaching programs, how to make observations more collaborative, and more!
Learn how to be a more compassionate coach, tips for putting educators' mental health through non-invasive coaching, why seeking feedback from teachers is valuable (plus some questions to get you started!), and more in this week's coaching roundup.
Cassandra Williams, owner of Educational Innovation 360°, reflects on how her coaching practice has changed since the start of the pandemic, allowing for greater flexibility and support for educators’ mental health.
This week we learned why ICs should be conscious of their tone when providing written feedback, how to plan and navigate coaching conversations, tips for building credibility as a coach, and more. Enjoy!
The last Weekly Coaching Roundup of April offered seven techniques for reducing educator stress, three ways to connect with fellow ICs for peer coaching, tips for tackling difficult conversations, and more.