I’ve been coaching educators since 1996. The Differentiated Coaching Model, which flowed from my doctoral research on improving instructional coaching, at all times aligns teacher goals with the overall strategic plans of a building or district. At its heart, though, are these six key elements:
Why use this method?
In the 1990’s, when I began coaching teachers, many felt that having a coach meant they were doing something wrong. And yet in the world of business, up-and-coming leaders know that being included in coaching programs means they’re seen as valuable–their company is investing in their development. A coach is simply a vehicle for taking valuable people from where they are to where they wish to be.
I believe that teachers are our most valuable assets as communities seek to help each child reach his or her full potential. Learn more about how I can help you and your teaching team through instructional coaching.