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Professional Development Webinar

Building Leadership Excellence Through Instructional Coaching

This event occurred on March 12, 2021 3:00 PM EST, but is available to view on-demand.
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Teachers invest significant time in coaching collaborations with their peers and districts need to ensure that teachers see a return on investment of their time through refining existing collaborative structures. During the panel discussion, you will learn of the five core competencies of equity and excellence in leadership when implementing an instructional coaching initiative. This webinar will also describe the processes and structures around a model of coaching and feedback called “FAST” – Fair, Accurate, Specific, and Timely; to drive collaborative coaching focused on increasing both student and adult learning. You will also learn from two current district superintendents as they describe the processes, frameworks and outcomes of their coaching initiatives. Finally, participants will view a software solution to systematize coaching, use video technology, and link coaching goals to professional development content. The panelists will address participant questions throughout the webinar.

Speakers
Doug Reeves
Founder Creative Leadership Solutions
Lisa Almeida
Executive Director of Professional Learning Creative Leadership Solutions
Devon Horton
Superintendent Evanston/Skokie School District 65 (Ill.)
Lynn Simmers
Assistant Superintendent Southwest Allen County Schools (Ind.)
Moderator
Chris Balow
Chief Academic Officer SchoolMint
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