Thursday, June 10, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
The registration period has closed for this event.
Registration open through 6/8/2021 10:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada)
This is a Virtual Event
1.5 PD Hours
The role of instructional coach was dramatically impacted by Covid-19. With the sudden shift to remote learning, many coaches initially spent their time serving as resource providers. This included helping teachers set up online libraries, figuring out the Learning Management (LMS), and making sure that students had access to the necessary technology. At the time, this made sense given what teachers were facing.
The issue arises when this is the only role that a coach plays. This may diminish the impact of the coaching program since these forms of support are not anchored in enhancing student learning.
Now that we are moving beyond the pandemic, it's time to reset the coaching role so that we can ensure that it is student-centered and outcomes-based. This session will focus on:
Defining what Student-Centered Coaching is and isn't
Resetting the expectations for participation in coaching cycles
Providing additional support through unpacking curricular units and lesson planning
Administrators, Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders
If this professional development is a Zoom session the presenter will send a private access code to participants prior to the session after they have registered for the course.
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Refunds are issued with 7 days notice of cancellation. If you must cancel with fewer than 7 days notice, you may send someone to attend in your place.
Diane Sweeney has been an author and educational consultant since 1999. The author of The Essential Guide for Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2020), Leading Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2018), Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves (Corwin, 2016), et al., Diane holds a longstanding interest in how adult learning translates to learning in the classroom.
Diane holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Denver and a master's in Bilingual and Multicultural Education from the University of Colorado, Boulder. After teaching and coaching in the Denver Public Schools, Diane served as a program officer at the Public Education & Business Coalition in Denver. Since then she has become a respected voice in the field of coaching and professional development.