Wouldn’t it be nice to have time to learn, reflect, and plan together as a coach and principal team?
We know coaching is powerful, but when we don’t have the time to be thoughtful and intentional, then much of its potential remains untapped Join The Lead Learners and NIESC for a professional learning experience designed for coaches and principals to establish a coaching culture in your school. Perfect for new and existing coaches and principals to:
- Understand and work through the tension and confusion that often comes with navigating new roles and new instructional understandings.
- Avoid falling into some common traps like “fixing” teachers or forcing mandates
- Leave behind negativity with a thoughtful plan for developing a healthy coaching culture tailored for your school.
What You’ll Get
- 2 in-person days designed to build knowledge and provide opportunities to make decisions to build a schoolwide coaching culture.
- 3 short virtual sessions to hear from local and national practitioners in the field. 35 minute cams-on session with breakout rooms to strengthen reflective practice and collaboration. (Recordings of presentations will be shared.)
- A discussion guide for Leading Like a C.O.A.C.H. by Matt Renwick to support the principal and coach (and other teacher leaders) to read together.
Location for January 10 and March 15
John Young Middle School
1801 North Main Street
Mishawaka, IN 46545
Have a Coach…Now What? is an opportunity to purposefully create a school culture where coaching is embraced and teachers are uplifted so that instructional changes can happen with purpose and joy.
January 10 In-Person Day One: Laying the Ground Work
- Defining roles and responsibilities
- Develop mindsets
- Accepting a grassroots leadership role
- Expecting tension and resistance
- Grounding in Reality: Discovering Patterns
- Listening and Validating
- Asking Questions
January Virtual #1: A conversation about the importance of understanding roles and responsibilities.
February Virtual #2: An administrator shares the importance of communicating a vision with clarity.
March 15 In-Person Day 2: Building a Scaffold for Future Coaching Cycles
- Establishing Coaching Norms
- Sharing a Vision: Grounded in Reality
- Opening Doors with the Staff
- Defining Roles & Responsibilities (Part 2)
- Preparing to Activate Coaching Cycles
April Virtual #3: A teacher (and former coach) shares the importance of “opening doors” for one another.
- After you register, you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive this email, check your spam. If you still do not have it, please reach out to Ruth Ayres via the Contact Form.
- You may register one person at a time. Please use the participant’s email address when registering. This ensures that each attendee receives direct emails with workshop information. (Accounts payable should be entered in the notes section.)
- If you are from a school district who is a member of The Lead Learners, please use the coupon code: TLLfree for free registration.
- If your school district is a member of an Indiana Educational Service Center, please use the coupon code: ESC2Day for a discounted price.
- If there are multiple registrations from the same district and you select “Invoice Payment,” all registrations will be included on one invoice. In the notes, please include the email address of the person who should receive the invoice.
- When you register, you will be part of The Lead Learners email list.