While coaches guide and develop their peers in a positive direction for growth and development, we often wonder "who supports the coach with their development?" Today our guest blogger, Ellen Eisenberg, dives deeper into the impact of mentoring for instructional coaches.
At TeachBoost, we love to ask instructional coaches what tools they include in their instructional coaching toolbox. Our guest blogger, Megan Ryder, was generous enough to share some of her acquired strategies for building relationships as an instructional coach.
As a transformational instructional leader, you’re visiting classrooms every day and delivering frequent, meaningful feedback. Have you checked to make sure the feedback you’re giving is calibrated with your peers and aligned to your district’s observational rubric?
This is part of TeachBoost's ongoing blog series, "From Vision to Reality: Pulling the Right Levers for Transformational Instructional Leadership." Check out all the posts in our series, then subscribe to have new posts delivered to your inbox.
Chapter 2: Do the Work
Now that you’ve laid the groundwork for transformational instructional leadership, you’re ready for the next step: getting the work done.