Does anybody have a form that they love to document different ways you support your teachers? I want to take better notes on what I do with each of my teachers but I haven’t found a system I love yet
Many of the teachers I work with have great relationships with their co-teacher, but one team is really struggling. What can I do to help them get along?
https://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/13-things-emotionally-intelligent-people-do.html Love this article on 13 Signs of High Emotional Intelligence. This is something I always try to work into my coaching. Anyone have EI/EQ resources they love?
Here’s an infographic with research from classroom coaching over the last 10 years. I hear a lot of “I feel more confident” and “It’s helpful to have a sounding board” What has your experience been? https://www.iecl.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/CER_Infographic-2017.pdf
Suggestions for difficult to reach teachers? It’s our 3rd year together, and we have a great relationship, but this teacher struggles with receiving feedback and wanting to reflect.
Does anyone use models of coaching aside from an expert model? (One where there’s an expert/coach observing the teacher and providing feedback)?
Do you have “coaching agreements” between teachers and coaches? What kind of information goes into that document? 📝
Let’s help each other out by building a coaching toolbox. 👩🏻🏫🛠 Drop your favorite/most helpful coaching resources here. I’ll share mine too. Excited to learn from all of you!
Hey Coaches! I’m Alyssa, and I’m one of the Community Leaders here at Fishbowl. I’ve been in the classroom for 10 years and a classroom coach for 6 (mainly elementary/Pre-K). Excited to be here!
Any advice for a new instructional coach? I just accepted the job and am trying to get a head start over the summer!
I recently read the following article and it made me think, what are ways you coach teachers out of the school or profession? https://mobile.edweek.org/c.jsp?cid=25920011&item=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.edweek.org%2Fv1%2Fblogs%2F144%2F%3Fuuid%3D79142
How do you keep teachers engaged in learning and improving teacher practice at the end of the school year? I find this time of the year to be the slowest and my least favorite, as a coach.