Coaching to Build Confidence, Competence, and Capacity

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Coaching to Build Confidence, Competence, and Capacity
Coaching to Build
Confidence, Competence,
and Capacity
How do
School-Based
School
Based Coaches
teachers to improve
classroom instruction?
Collaborative Pairs
“The singe most critical factor in staff
p
that affects students is
development
implementation.”
Bruce Joyce
I Can Relate to That!
Implementation
Out-Back coach
Academic coach
Assist teachers in efficient, effective
instructional decision making through
reflective
fl ti practice
ti
and
d planning.
l
i
Accelerate positive change through
collaborative relationships based on trust
and mutual respect
Accelerate the use of exemplary practices
in instruction and promote teamwork and
the use of data for planning.
• Principal and leadership team sets
expectations,
p
create accountability,
y and
evaluate success
• Coach’s role is to help individuals, teams,
and school fulfill expectations
Necessary conditions for hurricanes
and high achieving schools
Hurricanes
High Achieving Schools
• The right atmospheric conditions
• Upper level support and pressure
Flip Spiceland
“The secret to change is the
balance between pressure and
support.”
Michael Fullan
High Accountability
•
•
•
•
•
Set clear expectations
Monitor
Get in classrooms
Have conversations
Examine student work
High Support
S pport
• Training
• Provide models, demonstrations,
examples
• Collaborative planning
• Co-teaching
• Conversations/conferencing
• Materials/resources
Coach: LEARNINGEARNING FOCUSED
Out-Back
Be-Side
In-Front
The Ins and Outs of Coaching
In-Front – sharing
g expertise
p
and
craft knowledge, wisdom, and
experience
Be-Side – sharing ideas, tasks,
decision-making, and problem
solving
Out-Back – coaching someone’s thinking as they
reflect, plan, problem solve, or make decisions; create
quality conversations
Out-Back Coach
Build
B
ild
competence,
competence
confidence,
and
capacity…
capacity
LEARNING-FOCUSED Conversation
Activating thinking
Cl if i
Clarifying
and
d probing
bi
Extending
g thinking
g
Summarizing
Helpful
p Hints
“I have 7 new students and they don’t
know a thing! I had my class going and my
kids are moving along, but now these
students don’t know half the stuff and are
j t llostt every time
just
ti
I start
t t an activity.
ti it I d
don’t
’t
have time to catch them up and cover all
the stuff as well.
well And what am I supposed
to do – I can’t plan two different lessons
y day
y jjust for them!!”
every
To build competence,
confidence, and capacity
and create movement in
thinking, I will…
LEARNING-FOCUSED
866-95-LEARN
www.LearningFocused.com
PO Box 2112
Boone, North Carolina 28607
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