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  • The Literacy Coach’s Survival Guide: Essential Questions and Practical Answers (2nd ed.)

    A go-to handbook for new and experienced literacy coaches, fully revised and updated.
    August 03, 2015
  • #ILAchat: Instructional Coaching at its Best

    #ILAchat: Instructional Coaching at its Best, Log on to our very first #ILAchat this week! With a focus on literacy coaching, our experts will answer questions on how to be an effective coach, successes of coaching and potential pitfalls to, , teachers and administrators. Her specialty areas include leadership team development and, Twitter chat focused on Instructional Coaching. Kathy is the author of the popular educational blog, can impact student learning. She also offers trainings and virtual coaching sessions. Elena
    February 09, 2015
  • Chapter 1 of Book 156

    of leadership by steering the process, but truly the partners are in sync when coaching is,  S E C T I O N 1 Why Coaching? 9 C H A P T E R 1 What Is Literacy Coaching? § What, mentors? § What is the value of literacy coaching? § What is the demand for literacy coaches? Coaching has become popular in schools these days. However, despite the proliferation of coaches and coaching programs, there is still confusion about what coaching actually is. I find that definitions
    July 29, 2015
  • Introduction of Book 156

    book? § Who is the target audience for this book? § How has coaching changed over the last decade, that I had a book in me. After years of coaching teachers and coaches, I recognized that I, at the time. I began paying extra attention to my coaching practices and reflected on the, coaching bible by some, and that one colleague rereads it every August before starting another year, . Programs of literacy coaching have changed as well. In schools where Reading First provided the
    July 28, 2015
  • Literacy Coaching as Hands-On PD

    Literacy Coaching as Hands-On PD, —even students. Everyone’s response differed. In the early implementation of coaching, some viewed, students. Our district was new to coaching. While energized by our coaching model, I also experienced a tinge of doubt. Quickly, I learned if coaching were to have any chance of being successful in our district, its purpose needed to be clear to all stakeholders. Coaching as Everyday Professional Development Coaching, I knew, was professional development. Not the sit and get model where a teacher
    February 10, 2015
  • Front matter of Book 617

     Coaching for Balance How to Meet the Challenges of Literacy Coaching J A N M I L L E, - Coaching for balance : how to meet the challenges of literacy coaching / Jan Miller Burkins. p, AUTHOR vii FOREWORD ix PREFACE xi ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xix INTRODUCTION 1 The Heart of Coaching S E, Competing Demands of Literacy Coaching CHAPTER 2 25 Creating Your Own Environment: The Coach as an, 8 140 Assessment Literacy: Learning to Make Sense of Data S E C T I O N The Reasons: Coaching
    July 28, 2015
  • Laurie Elish-Piper

    of Akron. Her scholarship focuses on literacy coaching, literacy leadership, literacy assessment, the U.S. Common Core State Standards. Presentation Topics Literacy coaching Literacy leadership
    March 25, 2015
  • New SIG Addresses District Literacy Leadership Issues

    New SIG Addresses District Literacy Leadership Issues, Leadership (DiLL) SIG received validation of the significance of their endeavors with IRA Board of, leadership convened for the first time in San Antonio, hosting an hour long informational meeting, leadership is vital in order for any educational entity to move forward; from a school campus to a, and educational leadership researchers and the public can present perspectives and engage in dialog about district literacy leadership concerns. Given the importance and complexity of literacy
    March 17, 2014
  • Chapter 1 of Book 617

     C H A P T E R 1 Checks and Balances: The Competing Demands of Literacy Coaching, : Supporting Learning and Change, learning to balance the demands of literacy coaching is the greatest, ? Theoretical underpinnings vs. practical applications. We need our coaching to maintain an appropriate mix of, efforts? Coach as leader vs. teachers as leaders. We need to demonstrate leadership but not to the extent that others donÕt develop leadership skills as well. If we have many teachers with many
    July 29, 2015
  • IRA Professional Development Partnership Uses Technology to Train Teachers in Bangladesh and Indonesia

    provide project management and facilitate local planning, local literacy leadership team development, implemented, supported by on-site professional development in DTM and literacy leadership development. Implementation will also be supported through virtual networking and coaching, through Nokia’s NED
    October 20, 2011
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