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Leading Student-Centered Coaching

Building Principal and Coach Partnerships

Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks, United States
Published: 6th Feb 2019
Dimensions: w 177mm h 254mm
Weight: 414g
ISBN-10: 1544320558
ISBN-13: 9781544320557
Barcode No: 9781544320557
Essential leadership moves for supporting instructional coaching in your school Strong leadership is essential in any successful instructional coaching effort. This action-oriented guide provides principals and district leaders with the background, practices, and tools required for leading coaching efforts that have a measurable impact on student and teacher learning. Filled with ideas that school leaders can easily apply, this book includes: Tools and techniques for preparing a school for coaching, launching a coaching culture, and supporting coaches Leadership moves and lessons from the field that provide strategies for building principal and coach partnerships Recommendations for coaches to use as they strive to increase their impact

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"This book synthesized the work necessary of school leaders when working with the coach... As a principal who was a student centered coach, this book has shown me how I can tweak the skills I learned and apply them with a leadership lens...My leadership team is studying teacher collective efficacy and this book has helped me see how we can align the coaching work, my work as the leader together to build that efficacy!" -- Kelly Neylon, Principal, Meadowview School, Woodridge District 68 "Leading Student-Centered Coaching is an extremely beneficial resource that any administrator and coach should have on hand so they can effectively reinforce the ultimate outcome for school - kids learning. The tips and ideas are simple to pull from the book at any time and to authentically enact by both school leaders and coaches in order to promote effective student learning. If we frame coaching as being inclusive, or for all teachers, then we build on the belief that coaching is about partnering to meet the needs of each and every student." -- Amanda Brueggeman, Literacy Coach, Wentzville School District "Sweeney and Mausbach explore the necessary ingredients to a successful instructional coach partnership between the principal and the coaches...This is a must read for building leadership teams implementing an instructional coach program" -- Timothy S. Grieves, Ph. D., Chief Administrator, Northwest Area Education Agency, Sioux City