Establish or evolve an instructional coaching system at your school using the resources in this collection.
Guidance Documents: Big Picture
Two Approaches to Coaching
Coaching - Recommended Roles and Responsibilities
Coaching as Professional Learning
Terrain of Instructional Leadership
Adult Learners: Characteristics, Qualities, Needs
Guidance Documents: Getting Started
Is Our School Ready for Instructional Coaching?
Designing a Coaching Culture
Identifying Instructional Coaches
Effective Coaching Practices
Establishing Coaching Relationships
Schoolwide Supports for Instructional Coaching
Guidance Documents - Supporting Coaching Cycles
Supporting Learning Within Coaching Cycles
Setting Coaching Cycle Goals
Criteria for Coaching Observations
Providing Feedback in Coaching Conversations
Using Student Evidence in Coaching
Sorting Student Work Protocol
Coaching Templates and Agendas
Initial Coaching Meeting Agenda
Coaching: Goals, Planning, and Results Template
Coaching Observation Tool
Coaching Observation Debrief Agenda
Demonstration Lessons and Debrief Protocol
Agenda for Facilitating a Final Coaching Reflection
Models from Schools
Weekly Coaching Schedule
Observation Note Catchers
Student- and Teacher-centered Coaching at GEMS
PD Pack: Coaching for Change
Coaching for Change: Effective Instructional Coaching
What makes instructional coaching effective?
Coaching for Change: Giving Feedback
What are the keys to giving effective feedback?
Coaching for Change: Teacher-Centered Coaching
What is effective teacher-centered coaching?
Coaching for Change: Student-Centered Coaching
What does it mean to keep student work at the center of coaching?
Coaching for Change: Professional Development
What is "good" professional development?
Coaching for Change: Video-Based Coaching
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