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Thursday, March 28 • 10:30am - 4:30pm
Everybody Should Be Coaching

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Together, we will examine the argument that an effective coaching mindset, throughout your school/district, is a powerful catalyst in pursuit of ambitious learning outcomes. We will look at the increasingly common (though often poorly defined) role of instructional coach, and then expand out to other roles in a school that benefit from adopting a coaching approach. We will name some principles of effective coaching we need to integrate, while also naming some unhealthy practices we should just quit doing. With role-alike partners, we will collaborate to translate these coaching mindsets into a new stance we can adopt for our specific roles. Session materials will pull from a selection of research on coaching and what New Tech Network has learned through developing coaches in the systems in which we operate.

Speakers
avatar for Jim May

Jim May

Chief Schools Officer, New Tech Network
Trying to figure out how help every school can be an inclusive, affirming and humanizing place for every kid - and a place where every kid is invited to engage in complex thinking and problem solving every day.
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Matt Thompson

School Development Coach, New Tech Network
Things I'm thinking about and could always use some thought partnership with: the role of the instructional coach and the possibilities of a coaching mindset applied more broadly; thinking systematically about upstream changes that address specific racial inequities; physical activity... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:30am - 4:30pm
HTHI 204

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