This week we learned how both teachers and ICs can use Google Jamboard to support their work, the magic that happens when coaches collaborate with peers from other departments, a few sets of questions to kick-start your next student-centered coaching conversation, and more. Enjoy! 🦃
What's the key to success in our buildings? Collaboration! Keitha Hernandez, middle school librarian in Lockhart ISD in Texas, believes that magic happens when ICs work with staff outside of their normal circle and shares some of the extraordinary work that she and two ICs have done together through their collaborative partnership. 🙏
Katie Biggs and Hanna Schramm, who support and develop the instructional coaching program for Comal ISD in Texas, explore three ways to hone your craft by building relationships, diversifying your toolkit, and empowering educators.
Welcome back to TeachBoost's Coaching Roundup! This month we're looking in depth at the role of an instructional coach, best ways you can introduce yourself to peers, and some unique aspects and specialty roles.
Topics: Coaching Roundup, Coaching Relationships, Practical Advice, Building Relationships, Partnership, First Year Coaching Tips, Teacher Support, Coaching Roles, Special Education Coach, Student-Focused
Welcome back to TeachBoost's Coaching Roundup! This month we're covering all things co-teaching and how you can harness its power to build a collaborative partnership with your peers.
This week we learned how one district effectively leveraged community partnerships, a few ways a coach can prepare for the upcoming school year, tips for coaching a reader's workshop, characteristics of teachers' learning, and more!
Welcome back to TeachBoost's Coaching Roundup! This month we're passing along ways you can make the most out of your summer, besides relaxing on the beach or at the pool!
Alison Giska, literacy coach at Worcester County Public Schools in Maryland, reflects on the importance of building a collaborative partnership with your building principal to ensure coaching success.
Lindsay Deacon, instructional coach in Portland, Oregon, shares how playing Bingo encourages intrinsic motivation for coaches and encourages them to step out of their comfort zone.