• Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 41: October 15th, 2021

    TeachBoost Team

    Weekly Coaching Roundup - October 2021 (Seasonal)

    This week we learned five ways to become a better listener, why celebrating wins and shared goal progress cultivates a culture of learning, how to identify a focus for coaching cycles via kick-off meetings, and more. Enjoy!

  • Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 19: May 14th, 2021

    TeachBoost Team

    Weekly Coaching Roundup - May 2021 (Seasonal)

    This week we learned how to boost teacher confidence through micro-coaching cycles, a 4-step cycle for gathering and analyzing coaching feedback, a few tips for coaching outside your content area, and more. Enjoy!

  • 4-Step Process for Collecting Feedback on Your Coaching

    Jessica Kazigian

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    Are you looking for ways to collect feedback on your work but struggling to find a technique that works for you? Jessica Kazigian, educational specialist and instructional coach in Connecticut, walks us through her 4-step cycle for collecting and analyzing feedback to help grow your practice.

  • Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 3: January 17, 2020

    TeachBoost Team

    Weekly Coaching Roundup - January 2020 (Half) (Seasonal)

    This week we learned how collaboration built on ongoing relationships, learning, and feedback helps improve student and adult achievement within an organization; a few ways you can kickstart your second semester of coaching; four elements of professional learning; and more. Enjoy!

  • PRing Your Coaching Role

    Brandy Alexander

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    Brandy Alexander, elementary instructional specialist in the Houston, TX area shares four ways to publicize and promote your coaching role—a must for any coach working in a less-than-perfect coaching environment.

  • Gamification to Support Professional Learning

    Lindsay Zilly

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    How can you bring friendly competition to your organization that supports professional learning, you ask? Lindsay Zilly, Director of Professional Learning for Illinois Digital Educators Alliance, relays how she created an environment that promotes risk-taking through gamification as a fun alternative to standard professional development.

  • Scaffolding Teacher Goals for Long-Term Impact

    Dr. Cristine LaMontagne

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    What's a great way to increase morale when working on a goal? Mini-achievements! Dr. Cristine LaMontagne, instructional coach at East Side Union High School District in California, shares how she simplifies goals with teachers to build small achievements along the way.