Coaching

Moving at the Speed of Creativity – Education Article

Welcome to episode 461 of Moving at the Speed of Creativity by Wesley Fryer, from March 18, 2018. This podcast features an introductory overview about instructional coaching and technology integration coaching specifically, drawing on the author’s experiences in this role with teachers since the late 1990s. In addition to defining instructional coaching, keys to successful instructional coaching experiences for mentor teachers as well as coaches are highlighted, as well as “lessons learned.”  The second part of the podcast features an…

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The Case for Coaching Leaders – Education Article

A Principal’s Reflections: The Case for Coaching Leaders The Case for Coaching Leaders Growing up as a child I played numerous sports recreationally and in high school.  Upon entering high school   I was not the best athlete by any means, but football was one sport where I excelled more than others, and this led to some time playing in college.  Even though I had some fantastic coaches throughout my days playing competitive sports, I never gave much thought to becoming…

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#1MinCPD: In It Together | TeacherToolkit – Education Article

#1MinCPD: In It Together | TeacherToolkit | UK Education Blog 24th January 201922nd January 2019 Hanna Beech 31 Views #1minCPD, Brown University, Coaching, collegial interaction, diaries, environment, Feedback, Matthew A. Kraft, observe, Selfie-Squares, teamwork, Video Reading Time: 1 minute How can you maximise… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Hanna Beech Read Full Article

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On Coaching: You Give Two Kinds of Feedback. Are They Aligned?? – Education Article

01.11.19On Coaching: You Give Two Kinds of Feedback. Are They Aligned?? Here’s a slide I showed recently to coaches at a workshop: The slide is an attempt to describe a common challenge I see in the teaching/coaching of athletes. Here’s the scene. Athletes are playing. We are observing them as coaches. We notice something that needs to be improved. So we stop and make a teaching point.  All of this is to the good-especially if we can discipline ourselves to…

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