Lindsay Deacon reached out to fellow coaches on Twitter via #educoach about how they've continued supporting their teachers virtually. Below are some of the responses from ICs on all the different ways they're making themselves available for support while working remotely. 👍
I set up time slots on my calendar for teachers to reserve a time to meet with me. I send them an email at the beginning of the week listing all the ways I can help and send the link. I've had a good response! #educoach
Region 13 Coaches use a Google Form to gauge their teachers' needs:
I have appointments set up in my Google Calendar that teachers can schedule, and I send personal emails to teachers throughout the week checking in and reminding them what's on my Coaching Menu. Teachers can contact me anytime phone/text/email.
I have daily office hours (7:45-3:30) and I STICK to them. I also have people make appointments with a @Calendly scheduler - because I am not always available at beck and call and if they need help with something I don't know, it gives me time to prep the meeting!
Kelly Fischer's staff of coaches took on targeted roles: