December 2020 Instructional Coaching Must-Reads

Happy holidays from all of us at TeachBoost! 🎄 This year has been one for the books, and it's now time to wrap it up with the top articles from December's weekly coaching roundups. Learn three twists on common coaching activities, how you can craft beautiful weekly newsletters for your teachers, a few ways to strengthen your connections in remote environments, and more. Cheers! 😀

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Topics: Feedback, Must Reads, Newsletters, Questioning Techniques, Classroom Management, Coaching Models, Coaching Menus, Remote Work, TeachBoost Coach

Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 51: December 18, 2020

This week we learned how to create engaging coaching newsletters, why one IC uses "digital menus" to support his work across buildings, a few ways coaches can stay focused and in their coaching cycles with the "TO GROWTH" model, and more. Enjoy!

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Topics: Coaching Roundup, Newsletters, Building Relationships, Classroom Technology, Coaching Models, Professional Growth, Coaching Menus, Q&A

Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 49: December 4, 2020

We kickstarted December by looking at a few ways to strengthen connection in remote environments, why one IC believes teachers can benefit from the "See Think Wonder" protocol, how teachers can empower their students by giving them voice and choice in their learning, and more. Enjoy!

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Topics: Coaching Roundup, Relationships, Listening Skills, Teacher Tricks, Coaching Models, Feedback Forms, Virtual Coaching, Remote Work, Stress and Anxiety, GIR Model

Am I Really Coaching?

With the school year looking a little different than years past, you might find yourself asking the question "am I really coaching?" Learn from TeachBoost's own, Dave Reid, as he shares three twists on common coaching activities you can implement today beyond one-on-one coaching cycles.

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Topics: TeachBoost, Coaching Models, Personalized Coaching, Coaching Plan, TeachBoost Coach

Weekly Coaching Roundup: Getting Started with Instructional Coaching

Welcome back to TeachBoost's Coaching Roundup. This month we're looking at how you can get started with instructional coaching—both at the individual and organizational level. 👍

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Topics: Coaching Roundup, First Year Coaching Tips, Coaching Models, Coach-Teacher Transitions

Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 11: March 13, 2020

This week we learned the importance of self-care for ICs; why instructional coaches need to coach for independence, not dependence; some practical advice for modeling that are helpful for both teachers and coaches; and more. Enjoy! 😀

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Topics: Coaching Roundup, Practical Advice, Coaching Reluctance, Questioning Techniques, First Year Coaching Tips, Coaching Models, Coaching Methodologies, Modeling, Self-awareness

The Telescope, Microscope, and Wide-Angle Lens Protocol for Planning

Lindsay Deacon, instructional coach in Portland, Oregon, shares her three-perspective approach to plan and execute projects with a team.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Guest Blogger, Your Coaching Toolbox, Instructional Coaching, Collaboration, First Year Coaching Tips, Coaching Models, Co-Planning

March 2019 Instructional Coaching Must-Reads

March was a fantastic month full of Spring weather, sunshine, and—oh yeah—incredible articles from our weekly coaching roundups! Learn how effective feedback supports whole child perspective, what the Gradual Increase of Responsibility Model is, why meaningful collaboration is important for professional growth, and more.

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Topics: TeachBoost, Must Reads, Instructional Coaching, Roundup, PLCs, Teacher Support, Coaching Models, Professional Growth, In-the-Moment Coaching

Weekly Coaching Roundup: March 18th, 2019

This week we learned about the importance of confidentiality in coaching, types of coaching models and why it's important to choose the right one, ways to encourage influential teachers share their skills, and more!

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Instructional Coaching, Coaching Roundup, Coaching Relationships, Teacher Leadership, Partnership, Growth Mindset, Culture of Coaching, Mentors, Coaching Models, Confidentiality

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