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TimestampPART 3: Which breakout session does this resource relate to?PARTS 1 & 2: Which general session does this resource relate to?Link to shareWhen would you use this resource?How will you use this resource?What is the goal/purpose of using this resource?What is the title of the resource you are sharing/
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5/4/2012 9:23:52Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/196/Tool.Survey%20of%20Teacher%20Needs.pdfAs of right now, I think I would use this as an end of year survey to plan for next year's PD and as a way to determine a focus for coaching.I would use this resource as a way to focus PD and coaching strategies.Survey of Teacher Needs
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5/4/2012 9:24:50From Vision to Implementation: How Coaches Can Support Teachers at All Levels of ImplementationVoices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/sept07/vol65/num01/Ten-Roles-for-Teacher-Leaders.aspxDuring a faculty meeting at beginning and during the school year.During a PD session to introduce yourself and as a coach to school faculty. To introduce faculty to the role of a coach.
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5/4/2012 9:25:02Lesson design and classroom managementVoices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/resources/25-john-collins-writingDuring many of our sessions we talked a lot about Collins writing. This resource will help folks that have not used it much as a guide for themselves or to give to teachers as a resource. Reference and justification of research.explain Collins writing in a one page 'tip sheet'.
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5/4/2012 9:25:09From Vision to Implementation: How Coaches Can Support Teachers at All Levels of ImplementationVoices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/what-coaches-do/132-ten-roles-for-teacher-leadersFaculty MeetingThese 10 roles that describe a coach's role could be used when introducing yourself as a coach to your school's faculty.To introduce and familliarize your school faculty to the multiple roles of a coach.
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5/4/2012 9:27:40Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/226/Education%20Week_%20PersonalizingProfessionalDevelopment.pdfTo share in PD with staff to begin the foundational knowledge of the "why" of coaching.To gain a foundational knowledge and begin to change a belief system especially with the old naysayers.Building foundations in a district that has limited conceptual understanding of coaching model.
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5/4/2012 9:28:24Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/149/Tool.Coaching%20Scenarios.pdf
When talking to other no-time coaches at our IU - we could use this for planning first-time learning walks. It acknowledges some major aspects that need to be avoided in order for it to be successful and accepted by the staff.The coaches would read the scenario and answer the questions with a partner and then have a group share out.We do not want to have the same experience as described in the scenario; we want teachers to be willing to open their classrooms and not feel threatened in any way.Scenario 11
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5/4/2012 9:29:37Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Mentoring)http://instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/resources/259-how-to-use-a-coach-four-things-to-considerI have teachers in my building who, despite me working there for three years, have no idea what it is that I do. Now that I am on a rotating schedule of visiting classroom, many of them do not know what to do with me. I think this article might be helpful to at least give those I work with an idea of what I can do for them.I think that I might put the article in the teachers' mailboxes with a thank you note after my next round of observations. I might highlight some of the major points, too.For them to use me as something other than data interpretation and help with specific students.
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5/4/2012 9:33:41From Vision to Implementation: How Coaches Can Support Teachers at All Levels of ImplementationVoices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/140/Doc.PDE%20Coach%20Job%20Description.pdf1. I would use this resource for a school leadership team meeting prior to a faculty meeting, where I will be asked to explain my role to the school's faculty.Read, note, and lift language to create a document that I can use to describe and set a foundation about my role with the leadership team at one of our monthly meetings.The goal is to launch my role as a coach with the leadership team prior to a school faculty meeting.
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5/4/2012 9:40:49Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/136/Article.More%20than%20One%20Way%20to%20Coach%20a%20Teacher.pdfThis is a terrific resource to use at a meeting with fellow coaches.This article presents the perspective from the teacher that a coach is assessing.The graph provided can be used as a tool for coaches to gage the teacher's skill level of effective teaching and the information clarifies strategies to help the teacher maximize his /her ability.
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5/4/2012 9:42:46Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/196/Tool.Survey%20of%20Teacher%20Needs.pdfThis would be at the beginning of the coaching process. Give to teachers to find out what the needs are.This is for the coach to utilize in determining needs and priorities of the staff. Teacher Survey
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5/4/2012 9:44:01Voices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/155/Template%20WeeklyCoachReflectionTool.pdfIn preparation for encouraging teachers to be reflectiveI would actually complete this overtime and. Share with teachers of my experiienceI will never ask teachers to do somer
Thing that I have never done therefore the eeriencing of it can be shared
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5/4/2012 9:44:34The Reflective Practitioner: PIIC Stylehttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/115/presentation.The%20Art%20of%20Questioning%20handout.pdfAfter a coaching experience when reflecting with a teacher.During the "A" of the BDATo further the engagement between coach and teacher and guide the reflection.
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5/4/2012 9:45:16Skills, Semantics, and Strategies: the Pathway to Common Core Writinghttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/18/Presentation.Content_Literacy.pdfI will use this as an intro to commom core and its emphasis towards content literacy.I would use it as a way for secondary content teachers to reflect on their current practices...are they emphasizing content literacy in their classroom...should they emphasize content literacy in their classroom.Content Literacy
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5/4/2012 9:46:35The Reflective Practitioner: PIIC Stylehttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/43/Tool.Questions%20for%20the%20BDA%20Coaching%20Cycle.pdfI think that I might pull of few of these questions during my classroom visits. The teachers in my building are relatively open to making changes in their practices, but I think that they need a focus or a starting point to get them thinking about this. I might include a few of the questions in the "after" section in an e-mail to each teacher after my classroom visit and add what I learned here about the importance of reflection. It might jump start their thinking about what they would like to change.Hopefully, this resource will help to develop a relationship with teachers that will encourage them to use me to improve practice.Questions for the BDA Coaching Cycle
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5/4/2012 9:48:41Skills, Semantics, and Strategies: the Pathway to Common Core Writinghttp://www.lacnyc.org/resources/publications/update/Update2007-8/UpdateSept07.pdfCoaches meeting to share with math teachersShare so that math teachers have specific ideas for them.Give ammunition to coaches so they can get into a math classroomWhat's so different about math?
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5/4/2012 10:07:57From Vision to Implementation: How Coaches Can Support Teachers at All Levels of ImplementationVoices from the Field: Enticing, Encouraging, and Engaging Teachers (Coaching)http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/sept07/vol65/num01/Ten-Roles-for-Teacher-Leaders.aspxDuring a faculty meeting at beginning and during the school year.During a PD session to introduce yourself and as a coach to school faculty. To introduce faculty to the role of a coach.
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5/4/2012 10:08:04From Vision to Implementation: How Coaches Can Support Teachers at All Levels of Implementationhttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/231/Tool.Starting%20a%20Study%20Group.pdftTo begin study groups One on one or in small groupseStep by step guide to begin study groupsStudy groups
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5/4/2012 10:08:10Strategies for Part-Time Coacheshttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/137/Doc.Excerpt%20from%20Field%20Guide%20for%20Instructional%20Coaching.pdfAs a starting point for working with teachersAs a guide for building intial coach-teacher relationshipsMaking sure to make positive relationshipsField Guide for Instructional Coaching
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5/4/2012 10:08:47Strategies for Part-Time Coacheshttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/226/Education%20Week_%20PersonalizingProfessionalDevelopment.pdfMaking the case for creating time and coach relevance to buliding administratorsDistill to several main points to share with a buiding administratorHelping coaches advocate for the importance of their positionPersonalizing Professional Development
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5/4/2012 10:12:36Lesson design and classroom managementhttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/resources/234-planning-for-success-refining-the-coachs-role-in-lesson-design-powerpointI would use this resource to provide further information to my staff about the lenses and the BDA process. It provides some questions to focus thought on the type of design of rich lessons that will help teachers move up the Danielson's rubric.I think that I would use this PowerPoint in small group professional development groups. This way, it could allow teachers to ask questions and really apply it to their specific content and situations.The goal is to hopefully provide teachers with the support they need to develop richer lesson plans.Planning for Success: Refining the Coach's Role in Lesson Design PowerPoint
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5/4/2012 10:15:23Elementary Coaching: The BDA Cycle and Literacyhttp://www.instituteforinstructionalcoaching.org/attachments/article/232/Doc.Text%20based%20lesson%20checklist.pdfThis resource could be used in the collaborative lesson planning stage.I would use this resource as a springboard to create literacy lessons linked to the CCSS (i.e.text complexity, utilizing text features)To work within the dimensions of lesson planning that are connected to CCSS.Text-Based Lesson Textlist
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