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This or That / Would You Rather for teachers. Staff INSET. Fun teacher meetings.
Olivia Garcia saved to Staff meetings
Moving into a coaching role as a teacher can be daunting for anyone. You spent years in the classroom perfecting your craft and all of a sudden you are in a new role and feel like a first year teacher all over again. But, you don’t have to. This post serves as a guide for…
Netty Thomas saved to Coaching/PD
Great ideas to help keep your team of teachers working together productively all year!
Brianna Plata saved to Mrs. Plata
Now that we’ve prepared ourselves with research and gathered materials, it’s time for that 1ST MEETING! But let’s be real, whether this is your first year, or your tenth year as a coach, getting the “teacher buy in” can be tricky. So, after trying to decide HOW I could get the trust of my teachers, and begin to build that relationship, I came up with this ~ Cupcakes with the Coach!
Bridgette Cook saved to Education
As an instructional coach, there are certain items that can make supporting teachers easier. Each of the items shared here are highly recommended by myself as a teacher leader working in multiple buildings across a large district. Grab a binder and fill it with essentials like your standards, pacing guide, and teacher performance rubrics. Below…
Nikki Brooke saved to coaching
Teacher morale is an important part of the school community. Teachers are unique, we are used to fending for ourselves, and pulling ourselves out of even the deepest of funks. This doesn't mean we don't like a little morale booster from time to time.
Sally Cross saved to Sunshine Committee
The role of an instructional coach has rapidly become a well-sought after commodity in most schools. The position is ideally held by a veteran teacher with a proven track record for success in the classroom and in the leadership of other teachers. This means that success in the classroom is due to consistent growth in student achievement data over a period of consecutive years. It also means that there is success in leading teachers towards improvement through mentorship, PD & collaboration.
Sylvie Dussault saved to école
A data chat with a professional learning community can be a powerful tool to increase teacher proficiency and student achievement. Having a process in place to lead a productive and successful discussion is imperative to achieving the change you desire. Get all the tips and tricks you need to lead a successful PLC meeting.
Betsy Gilbert saved to Teacher Binder
4 Tips for New Instructional Coaches "I decided it might make me feel better to prepare a list of tips for new coaches. This would actually be evidence that I have learned something in the last five years. And maybe it will convince me that I’m better prepared for the year than I thought."
Sally Reynolds saved to Instructional Coaching