The role of the Instructional Coach goes beyond sharing good strategies; it’s about supporting teachers to think differently about what’s happening in their classroom so they can take new actions. Many instructional coaches found great success as classroom teachers but struggle when coaching teachers to make dramatic changes in their practice, especially when focused on students who have had a history of failure in school.
Coaching for Equity is the practice of instructing, provoking, guiding, and supporting people to achieve mutually agreed upon objectives that interrupt historical patterns of inequity. This seminar will introduce you to core skills that National Equity Project coaches have employed over the past 20 years, specifically targeted on essential skills for instructional coaches.
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