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What is Student-Centered Coaching? streamlined
Transcript of What is Student-Centered Coaching? streamlined
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 standards-based goal for student learning
create a set of learning targets that are based on the standard (s)
use student evidence to plan differentiated instruction
co-teach using effective teaching practices
document student and teacher learning across a coaching cycle
schedule coaching based on 4-6 week coaching cycles
work in partnership with the school leader
Collecting Student Evidence
Comparing Coaching Modalities
Documenting the Impact of Coaching Cycles
Supporting Research from Hattie's Visible Learning
Self-reported grades/student expectations = ES 1.44
Feedback= ES 0.75
Self Verbalization and questioning= ES 0.64
Mastery Learning= ES 0.58
EQ: How can teacher leaders embed coaching into their collaboration with others?
Knowing where our students are as learners
Knowing where they need to be
Partnering with teachers to close the gap between where the students are and where they need to be
Targeting failing teachers
Separating instruction from student learning
Hoping and praying that coaching makes an impact on student learning