Instructional coaches have the power to support post-pandemic reinvention, including teacher growth and development through:
- Identifying unfinished learning and accelerating your response;
- Capitalizing on student strengths;
- Guiding collaborative inquiry;
- Expanding use of effective teaching practice.
Learning Forward is the leader in ensuring that school- and district-based coaches with instructional and content expertise also develop critical skills in building relationships, leading professional learning, and providing effective coaching to individuals and teams.
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Using strategies from Taking the Lead: New Roles for Teachers and School-Based Coaches and Coaching Matters, Learning Forward’s Coaches Academy provides comprehensive learning and ongoing support for coaches across a system.
The Coaches Academy includes:
- Six onsite sessions with a coach facilitator;
- Sessions for school and system leaders to provide support for effective implementation of a coaching program and ensure conditions are in place for coaches to be effective;
- Copies of Taking the Lead (2nd ed.), Coaching Matters (2nd ed.) and the Standards for Professional Learning for all participants.
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Participants in the Coaches Academy:
What we do
Coaches Academy helps coaches embrace their roles as learning leaders and better understand their relationships with teachers and principals. The academy also helps teachers develop skills in:
Coaching for Impact: Six Pillars to Create Coaching Roles That Achieve Their Potential to Improve Teaching and Learning
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Each chapter in this book describes an element of what research and the authors’ firsthand experiences know it takes to make coaching effective.