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Student-Centered Coaching with Diane Sweeney

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Diane Sweeney

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Student-Centered Coaching
The Big Idea
It's about making coaching more about student learning, and less about fixing teachers.
Students are here
Students need to be here
Coaching Lives Here
Core Practices for Student-Centered Coaching
set a goal for student learning that is based on the standards
analyze student work to determine where students are as learners
plan and co-teach using effective teaching practices
schedule coaching based on 4-6 week-long coaching cycles
document student and teacher learning across a coaching cycle
work in partnership with the school leader
Analyzing Student Work
Talk to me...
diane@dianesweeney.com
www.dianesweeney.com
Twitter: SweeneyDiane
with Diane Sweeney
Collecting Student Evidence
Comparing Coaching Models
Student-centered
Teacher-centered
Relationship-driven

Once the teacher is enrolled…
1. Set a goal for student learning
2. Pre assess students
3. Analyze student work/plan/teach
4. Post assess students

Coaching Cycles
4-6 weeks of ongoing work with individuals or teams
1-2 times per week in the classroom during instructional time
1 weekly meeting to analyze student work and plan instruction (approx. 45 minutes)
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