Coaching Partnership Agreements, Part 2: Teacher and Coach

Once you've established your role with the principal and created your partnership agreement, it's time to create one with the teachers you support. Lindsay Deacon, a school improvement coach in Portland, Oregon, is back with part two of her partnership agreements to teach you how to do just that. 👍

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Topics: Guest Blogger, Your Coaching Toolbox, Instructional Coaching, Practical Advice, Partnership Agreements, Culture of Coaching, Coaching Meetings, Confidentiality, Transparency, Introductions, Coaching Menus, Teacher Looping, Teacher Empowerment

Weekly Coaching Roundup, Week 27: July 9th, 2021

We're sure you could use some time to relax after the holiday weekend—here's poolside reading compiled just for you! 🏖️ Take a moment to learn how to use collective efficacy to leverage teamwork for better coaching cycles, a three-part redesign for enforcing good habits, what one principal learned while being in the trenches this year, and more. Enjoy!

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Topics: Coaching Roundup, Student-Centered Coaching, Principal and Coach, Culture of Coaching, Mission and Vision, Coaching Cycles, Confidentiality, Peer Observations, Co-Planning, Student-Focused, Growth Plans, Lab Sites, Home-to-School Connections, Collective Efficacy

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

Why Confidentiality Is Important in Coaching

How is the work of an evaluator and a coach different? Confidentiality! Ellen Eisenberg, executive director of The Professional Institute for Instructional Coaching (TPIIC), explains the value of privacy and trust in a coaching partnerships.

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Topics: Guest Blogger, Your Coaching Toolbox, Coaching Relationships, Partnership, Confidentiality, Transparency

Should Coaches Take Notes During Visits?

Alison Newby addresses a common question among instructional coaches on when and how to take notes during a coaching visit. Although it's often a case by case basis, confidentiality and other facts must be considered when making the decision.

TeachBoost continues to learn and share experiences, skills, and tools from instructional coaches through our "Your Coaching Toolbox" and "First Year as a Coach" series. If you're looking for additional coaching articles sent straight to your inbox be sure join our weekly coaching newsletter!

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Topics: Guest Blogger, Your Coaching Toolbox, Coaching Meetings, Confidentiality