The framework of Jungian, or psychological, type helps coaches to adjust their style to meet the needs of the teacher who is engaged in the hard work of changing classroom practices.
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As with many skills-based services, the most straightforward way to talk about price is with that hated phrase, “it depends.”
For instructional coaching, it depends on the extent to which I tailor consulting or professional development, the number of coaches or teachers involved, and the cost of books, assessment tools or other resources.
The bottom line, though, is meeting your needs. Let’s talk to discern the kind of engagement that will match your goals, make the most of available resources, and foster impactful learning for sustainable change.
Meaningful change is most likely to occur when coaches take into consideration the differences in teachers’ beliefs, cognitive processing styles, needs during change, and personalities. Workshop participants will learn to access the framework of personality type, popularized through the MBTI, to understand teacher strengths, beliefs that can block change, how to “translate” information and communication to meet teacher needs, adopt different coaching roles to fit a teacher’s learning style, and relate instructional strategies and other initiatives to staff interests or concerns.
Creating a Coaching Culture for Professional Learning Communities
Professional learning communities (PLC) are meant to be teams that provide professional development to educators so that they can help all students reach mastery. In truth, not all groups of educators become teams where this can happen. Learn how to use one common framework, personality type, as a coaching framework that your PLC can use to improve communication, collaboration, and peer coaching in your PLCs.
Strengthening your toolkit for long-term success
By becoming a certified Jungian Type Practitioner trained to use the Type Coach report, you will strengthen your toolkit to sustain and scale the work we will start together. I have seen the best results from teams that have at least one leader with this certification.
To make this as easy as possible, I’ve partnered with Type Pro, an online, interactive learning experience that includes personal tutoring. They have tailored their certification to school leaders and instructional coaches and will offer it at a discount. I will be the primary instructor.