Coaching for Significant and Sustained Change in the Classroom Reproducibles
Keeping educators’ skills sharp in a constantly changing world can be a challenge. But instructional coaching provides a focused, one-on-one plan for improving professional practice and teacher performance. In Coaching for Significant and Sustained Change in the Classroom, author Tom Roy shows coaches and administrators how to build strong solution-focused coaching programs and create positive change using a five-step instructional coaching model.
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- Understand that changes in instructional practices are needed to overcome the challenges today’s teachers face.
- Learn what successful instructional coaching looks like and why coaching is the solution to getting effective professional development in the classroom.
- Study the five steps of the coaching cycle for teachers, and explore time-proven coaching methods and strategies.
- Measure the effectiveness of your current program by reviewing the elements of instructional coach training programs that lead to increased teacher performance and student success.
- Receive tools and forms to help guide the coaching cycle, including teacher reflection, support, and peer coaching, as well as respond to professional development needs.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Coaching and Change in Education
Chapter 2: The Coaching Cycle
Chapter 3: Methods and Techniques
Chapter 4: School and District Models
Chapter 5: Peer Coaching
Chapter 6: Program Supervision and Leadership
- Table 4.1: Designing a Coaching Model
- A Model of Instruction: The New Art and Science of Teaching
- Teacher Reflection Worksheet
- Coaching Goal Sheet
- Teacher Practice Log
- Progress Tracking Log
- Classroom Observation Sheet
- Video Review Worksheet
- School or District Planning Tools
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