3 Coaching Best Practices to Take With Us to the ‘Other Side’ (eSchool News)
With so much change happening in schools, it’s hard to know which coaching best practices to commit to for now and for the long term.
But according to two learning coaches from St. Vrain Valley Schools (Longmont, CO), there are three specific best practices that “will continue to go a long way in supporting the ongoing success and well-being of teachers.”
In this eSchool News article, Violet Christensen and Courtney Groskin outline three key areas to invest your coaching efforts both during and beyond the pandemic. They are:
When we step back and think about the major shifts in educators’ practice during the pandemic, one thing that stands out the most is the normalization of video.
More than a year ago when we would ask educators to submit a video clip of their classroom or teaching, it brought up a lot of angst or trepidation. But, now teachers are more than willing to capture video – it has become a part of their everyday life.
- Team collaboration
- Educator self-care
Read the full details about each of the coaching best practices at eSchool News: 3 best practices to take with us to the ‘other side’
Looking for more coaching best practices? Start with a teacher coaching vision.