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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"When setting out to work with a new teacher or team, I think it's crucial to understand their professional learning styles. Being empathic to how teachers like to learn can go a long way in building solid coaching relationships"
"I have found no matter what practices you utilize or what the model looks like at your school, there are four basic roles we use when working with teachers: Coaching, Consulting, Collaborating, and Facilitating. [...] The ultimate goal is to be able to shift between these roles depending on the goal and who you are working with."
Moving From an "Opt In" to "All In" Coaching Model
"Having a coach helps teachers embrace reflection and take risks at every career stage and every level of proficiency. Considering where a teacher is on the expertise and experience spectrums helps us successfully challenge, advise, and celebrate the teachers we support."