The Power of Instructional Coaching in Context: A Systems View for Aligning Content and Coaching
From nationally known experts, this book provides guidance for leveraging the power of instructional coaching and helping coaching programs succeed.
It addresses the crucial importance of developing practices that align instructional goals (content) with school, district, and community factors that influence the work of K–12 teachers and coaches (context). The authors present a framework and practical tools for embedding coaching into the fabric of school life, in service of creating equitable opportunities and outcomes for all students.
Instructive features throughout the chapters include Framing Questions, Voices from the Field vignettes, Stop and Reflect opportunities, and Reflection Activities and Questions.
Reproducible planning forms can be copied from the book or downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2″ x 11″ size.
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