Presentation on theme: "Welcome Coaching Competency Driver Thanks to State Implementation & Scaling-up of Evidence Based Practices Oregon."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome Coaching Competency Driver Thanks to State Implementation & Scaling-up of Evidence Based Practices Oregon
Kathleen Ryan Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org Erin A. Chaparro, Ph.D. email@example.com Oregon Scaling-Up EBISS http://ebissscalingup.blogspot.com/ Eugenia Coranodo for Technical Assistance firstname.lastname@example.org Oregon
Knowledge check What is the purpose of the coaching driver? Discuss a few of the best practices used to implement the coaching driver.
Seeing is Believing: Practices Walking through the district’s schools EXPLORE District Implementation Team Building Implementation Teams The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place - George Bernard Shaw
Knowledge is Powerful: Data All schools moving in the same direction Develop collegial problem solving teams across the district How does each schools data account for the variance in overall elementary outcomes?
Coaching: Supporting Staff Competency Fidelity Data - Will doing the “same thing” ensure we achieve our desired outcomes? Staff Competency and Fidelity GoalNow
Managing Complex Change 7 Adapted from Knoster, T., Villa, R., & Thousand, J. (2000). A framework for thinking about systems change. In R. Villa & J. Thousands. (Eds.). Restructuring for caring and effective education: Piecing the puzzle together. (pp. 93-128). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
What could it be like? Support Staff Competency Assess needs of staff – Formal and staff self-assessment – Staff knowledge, skill and confidence level Follow all training with coaching support
Wisdom from the Field We don’t train “it” …if we can’t re-train “it” …if we don’t have a plan to coach “it” Melissa Williams Ontario S.D.
Let’s Chat: Can you estimate how much money your district spent on professional development in the last three years? Was there a plan, before funding the trainings, to determine how others in the district would be trained or coached? Do you have evidence that what was learned in the training is directly benefiting students?
COACHING % who demonstrate knowledge % who demonstrate new skills in training setting % who use new skills in the classroom Training Components KnowledgeSkill Demonstration Use in the Classroom Theory and Discussion 10%5%0% Demonstration in Classroom 30%20%0% Practice and Feedback in Training 60% 5% Coaching in the Classroom 95% Joyce and Showers (2002)
Coaching: Supporting Staff Competency What could it be like… Developing a comprehensive coaching model Assessing needs of staff Responding to training with coaching Engaging teacher leaders as coaches Developing a collective commitment
Coaching Competency Driver Purpose: Ensure Implementation Develop Good Judgment Ensure Fidelity Provide Feedback to Selection and Training Drivers
Coaching Competency Driver Best Practice Develop a Coaching Service Delivery Plan – Accountability for development and monitoring – Written plan clearly communicated – Direct observation of implementation – Multiple forms of data reviewed to inform other drivers Fidelity observation, satisfaction surveys, knowledge and skill competency
Coaching Competency Driver Best Practice Develop Accountability Structures for Coaching - Coach the Coach – Regular satisfaction feedback from staff – Regular review of adherence to coaching service delivery model – Data: Fidelity, teacher satisfaction with support, skill acquisition
Staff Competency The fundamental building block to implementation COACHING% who demonstrate knowledge % who demonstrate new skills in training setting Use new skills in the classroom Training Components KnowledgeSkill Demonstration Use in the Classroom Theory and Discussion 10%5%0% Coaching in the Classroom 95% Present a Compelling Reason for Change
Let’s Chat: What is your next step? What is your level of implementation? Are you ready to develop a comprehensive coaching g model? Or are you in exploration? Do you need to develop awareness of best practice within your board and central office departments?
Knowledge check What is the purpose of the coaching driver? What are a few of the best practices used to implement the coaching driver?
Knowledge Check The purpose of the coaching driver is to: Ensure implementation fidelity Provide feedback to selection and training process Develop good judgment Best practices used to implement coaching Driver are: Design a coaching service delivery plan Develop accountability structures Make use of decision support data systems
Thank You Kathleen Ryan Jackson EBISS State Coordinator email@example.com Erin A. Chaparro, Ph.D. EBISS Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources and References http://ebissscalingup.blogspot.com/ Joyce, B. R., & Showers, B. (2002). Student achievement through staff development. Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development.