Coaching for the Classroom

Coaching for the Classroom: An Introduction to Instructional Coaching

June 11-14: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Instructional coaching is taking hold as a positively impactful model helping teachers develop and grow in their practice. Through targeted, thoughtful reflection, participants in the instructional coaching model grow as educators and discover new ways to more fully serve students.

This intensive, four-day institute is designed to help educators develop and expand their knowledge of instructional coaching models. Teachers-coaches in this course will learn about several models of coaching, examine best practices for leading productive discussions with future clients, explore adult learning, examine their own beliefs about coaching, and develop a “coaching manifesto” to guide them in their work with teachers.

Participants will leave the course with a deeper understanding of instructional coaching models and a broad array of tools and techniques they can use to help improve instruction, teaching, and learning in their schools.

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About the Instructors

About the Instructors

Grace Limaye and Allison Schultz are coordinators of The Episcopal Academy Center for Teaching and Learning.