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The Perfect Teacher Coach

By (author) Terri Broughton
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Independent Thinking Press, Carmarthen, United Kingdom
Published: 18th Apr 2013
Dimensions: w 115mm h 182mm d 19mm
Weight: 275g
ISBN-10: 1781350035
ISBN-13: 9781781350034
Barcode No: 9781781350034
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Many schools are now recognising that using a coaching model is the very best way to make sustainable improvements in the standard of teaching, performance management and learning across all departments. The Perfect Teacher Coach presents a simple and practical guide to making coaching work well in your school, in order to deliver consistently high standards. This is ever more important with Ofsted increasing the number of lesson observations and 'evaluations of teaching and learning', providing a key performance indicator, alongside student outcomes. Everything you need to know about what coaching is and how it works is provided in this book. This includes details of various models of coaching and how to implement a successful model suitable for your school, training your coaches and ensuring you have a sustainable performance management process that really works.

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Tom DeRosa - I want to teach forever blog: The Perfect Teacher Coach by Jackie Beere and Terri Broughton is a concise, thoughtful guide to becoming an effective instructional coach. The two UK-based experts draw on years of teaching and coaching in a variety of settings, providing a clear blueprint of what coaching is and isn't. I found their framework for coaching very similar to what I learned both from Teach For America and in graduate school, In short, coaching is not about telling teachers what is wrong and how to fix it, but giving them the tools and encouragement to do so themselves. Coaches are great listeners who ask the right questions and provide a positive, unwavering belief that teachers can find the right answers within. It should come as no surprise that the elements that make a great coach of teachers also make a great classroom teacher. I was always taught to constantly reflect on my practice, get feedback from my students and outside observers, identify weaknesses and find solutions. When I did a good job of all of those things, my classroom was at its peak effectiveness. This is also the message of The Perfect Teacher Coach. Whether you already coach teachers, have such a role on the horizon for next year or beyond, or are still just trying to improve in your own classroom, there's a lot to learn from this new guide. I highly recommend it. Reviewed by Elanor Westbury, SENCo and English Teacher, Kings Lynn Academy.Very friendly and easy to navigate layout, which allows you to follow the book and take a step by step approach to techniques and theories or "dip into" and refresh skills that you haven't used for a while.Jackie and Terri are clearly passionate about the difference that coaching can make in an educational setting and this comes across loud and clear. The references to Ofsted and CPD give an edge of authority and make The Perfect Teacher Coach as an essential tool for a busy teacher - not so