Ten Ideas for Tech Coaches to Help Their Teachers Grow

Being a tech coach these days can be a bit daunting. Teachers were thrown into the deep end last year, and they’re still overwhelmed. Yet […]

The Future of Instructional Coaching | Podcast Ep. 88

Violet Christensen and Courtney Groskin join the club to explore what learning coaches have discovered about supporting teachers and student during the pandemic, and what […]

Ideas and Insights on Instructional Coaching

Instructional coaches support students and educators through professional development, relationship building, and much more. Like so many things in education (and life) this year, education […]

Interview: Instructional Coaching During COVID-19

As educators, we talk a lot about how teaching and learning has dramatically changed as a result of the pandemic. We seem to be talking […]

Coaching for Results, Part 3: Terminology

How do you blend technology into instruction while also providing coaching support? In this third installment of  Coaching for Results, we’ll explore several key concepts. […]

Relationship-Building Tips for Instructional Coaches

Building strong relationships with those you coach is one of the most important things an instructional coach can do. In this blog, I mentioned how […]

Three Questions for Instructional Coaching

Working with educators to improve teaching and learning is an amazing job. It’s full of promise and friendship and possibilities. But it can also be […]

Leadership & Goal Setting for Math Learning

Goal setting is an essential part of Instructional Leadership, yet also laden with many difficulties. What do we need to do to create meaningful goals?

Things I Wish I’d Known as an Instructional Coach

Instructional coaching is an incredibly rewarding career, and each day can be filled with both excitement and challenges. When I think back to the time […]

Swimming in the Deep End: A Day with Jennifer Abrams

“This particular book is about the professional deep-end work we do in schools: the projects we undertake, the initiatives we are tasked to move forward […]

How To Coach For Differentiation

A teacher in a differentiated classroom does not classify herself as someone who ‘already differentiates instruction.’ Rather that teacher is fully aware that every hour […]

Mom, Can You Pleeeease Record Me?

This post was originally published in @PeterMDeWitt’s blog Finding Common Ground in Education Week. Today’s guest post is written by frequent Finding Common Ground blogger Lisa Westman. […]

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