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1 The purpose of staff development is not just to implement isolated instructional innovations; its central purpose is to build strong collaborative work cultures that will develop the long-term capacity for change. Michael Fullan

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3 Coaching Academy Working to see change happen Bob Price Kathleen

4 Why Coaching? Essential Question

5 University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning Research on Instructional Coaching With Instructional Coaching Implementation rates rise from 10% to 85%

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7 The Case for Coaching Teacher Efficacy Student Achievement School Culture

8 Student Achievement

9 The Set Up The original idea – new Teacher Academy Agreement of district leadership Funding options Application Process Number of participants and workshop planning Logistics – time, place, agenda, guests, materials, resources 3 Learning sessions

10 Ask us a question?

11 Coaches are: Facilitators of meaning-making Posers of questions and problems Stimulators of higher order thinking Seekers of elaboration of responses Askers before tellers

12 Guiding Questions Why instructional coaching? What are characteristics, skills, and roles of effective coaches? How do coaches build trusting relationships with those they work with? What are some useful strategies and techniques for coaching visits?

13 Steve Barkley The need for a team Coach all, start with high performing teachers

14 Adult Relationships in Schools Parallel Play Adversarial Congenial Collegial Roland Barth, 2005

15 A portrait of trust

16 Confidentiality pledge

17 Ask us a question?

18 JOELLEN KILLION “Many hands working together weaving a web of support help coaches feel efficacious, effective, and efficient in their work, and most importantly contribute to a culture of professional collaboration that helps students reach academic success.”

19 Student Achievement How do you define “Student Achievement Work in your group Express you meaning on the material provided Post your definition on a nearby wall

20 What are the characteristics of an effective instructional coach, what do they need to know and be able to do?

21 What are the parallels between what this athletic coach does and what an instructional coach does?

22 A common misconception of the coaching role is that it is mainly about conveying information Sink or Swim

23 Roles of an Instructional Coach

24 Ten Roles of a Coach Resource Provider Data Coach Curriculum Specialist Instructional Specialist Mentor Classroom Supporter Learning Facilitator School Leader Catalyst for Change Learner

25 Ask us a question?

26 Follow up Explain what happened after they were in the field for 8-10 months.

27 Conflict

28 Dealing with Fierce Conversations Susan Scott

29 Advocacy: The Elevator Pitch Move to to Article expert groups. Create an “Elevator Pitch” – Advocating for Coaching Consider the 5 points from the article when developing your “Pitch”

30 Leading Up

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