Instructional Coaching as emerged as an important practice of teacher leadership. In this inquiry, you will learn best practices in instructional coaching and collegial analysis of evidence such as effective coaching conversations, collaborative planning, observing instruction, and analyzing student work. As fieldwork, you will engage in observation of instruction, analysis of coachee practice, and instructional conferencing with teachers at your school, and bring back evidence to discuss and learn from. Above and beyond these activities, you can elect to do an additional exploration of research as it informs your practice.
“I wish every mentor in our supervisory union had the opportunity to take this course!” Dina DeSena, teacher and coach, North Country Supervisory Union
DATES AND TIMES:
This is a three-session inquiry, typically offered in early fall and winter. Session participation may take place remotely upon approval.
Now accepting registrations for winter 2021! Sessions will be held remotely.
Saturday, February 27th, 9 am - 3 pm
Wednesday, March 10th, 9 am - 3 pm
Saturday, March 27th, 9 am - 3 pm
CREDITS AND COST:
2-3 credits, $450 per credit