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Most Recent Posts from the CoachApproach4Schools Blog

A Coach Approach To Reflection: Diving Deep In Order To Soar High

Shira Leibowitz
February 25, 2018

There is a recurring dream I have, typically when I am feeling anxious and unsure. I am standing at the edge of a tall mountain, overlooking the sea. The view is magnificent, and I feel both inspired and fearful. I stretch my arms upward toward the sky, as if ready to soar like an eagle. … [Read more…]

A Coach Approach Action Plan

Kathy Perret
January 29, 2018

“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”  – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January is often a time to reflect and set goals. Resolutions can be lofty, sometimes unattainable. In fact, according to this Huffington Post article, only 8% of Americans keep New Year’s Resolutions because goals are set … [Read more…]

How to Reframe Your Negative Reactions with a Coach Approach

Jessica Johnson
January 3, 2018

Leading with a Coach Approach is joyful work. We enjoy spending our time in classrooms to recognize and appreciate instructional strengths, we follow-up and ask teachers reflective questions to help them be aware of why they do what they do so they continue to do more of “that”, and we learn from their reflections so … [Read more…]

The Coach Approach to Giving and Receiving Feedback in Schools

Jessica Johnson
December 2, 2017

This post first appeared in Education Week’s Finding Common Ground, a blog run by Peter DeWitt for Education Week. We will be discussing this topic on the inaugural #CoachApproach Twitter chat on Thursday, December 7 at 8pm CST. Feedback, among the most impactful, and yet also among the most variable influences on student achievement, matters. It matters profoundly. … [Read more…]

Getting into Classrooms with a Coach Approach

Jessica Johnson
October 29, 2017

This post first appeared in Education Week’s Finding Common Ground.  Finding Common Ground, a blog run by Peter DeWitt for Education Week. We will be discussing this topic on the inaugural #CoachApproach Twitter chat on Thursday, November 2nd at 8pm CST. In a recent blog post, The Coach Approach to Giving and Receiving Feedback in Schools, Shira Leibowitz … [Read more…]

Introducing the Coach Approach Authors

Jessica Johnson

Many of our readers have been amazed to learn that we, the co-authors of the book Coach Approach to School Leadership, never met in person until the book had been completed. You read that right. We are from three different states and the only time we were ever together during our writing process was virtually … [Read more…]

Most Recent Posts from the CoachApproach4Schools Blog

A Coach Approach To Reflection: Diving Deep In Order To Soar High

Shira Leibowitz
February 25, 2018

There is a recurring dream I have, typically when I am feeling anxious and unsure. I am standing at the edge of a tall mountain, overlooking the sea. The view is magnificent, and I feel both inspired and fearful. I stretch my arms upward toward the sky, as if ready to soar like an eagle. … [Read more…]

A Coach Approach Action Plan

Kathy Perret
January 29, 2018

“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”  – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January is often a time to reflect and set goals. Resolutions can be lofty, sometimes unattainable. In fact, according to this Huffington Post article, only 8% of Americans keep New Year’s Resolutions because goals are set … [Read more…]

How to Reframe Your Negative Reactions with a Coach Approach

Jessica Johnson
January 3, 2018

Leading with a Coach Approach is joyful work. We enjoy spending our time in classrooms to recognize and appreciate instructional strengths, we follow-up and ask teachers reflective questions to help them be aware of why they do what they do so they continue to do more of “that”, and we learn from their reflections so … [Read more…]

The Coach Approach to Giving and Receiving Feedback in Schools

Jessica Johnson
December 2, 2017

This post first appeared in Education Week’s Finding Common Ground, a blog run by Peter DeWitt for Education Week. We will be discussing this topic on the inaugural #CoachApproach Twitter chat on Thursday, December 7 at 8pm CST. Feedback, among the most impactful, and yet also among the most variable influences on student achievement, matters. It matters profoundly. … [Read more…]

Getting into Classrooms with a Coach Approach

Jessica Johnson
October 29, 2017

This post first appeared in Education Week’s Finding Common Ground.  Finding Common Ground, a blog run by Peter DeWitt for Education Week. We will be discussing this topic on the inaugural #CoachApproach Twitter chat on Thursday, November 2nd at 8pm CST. In a recent blog post, The Coach Approach to Giving and Receiving Feedback in Schools, Shira Leibowitz … [Read more…]

Introducing the Coach Approach Authors

Jessica Johnson

Many of our readers have been amazed to learn that we, the co-authors of the book Coach Approach to School Leadership, never met in person until the book had been completed. You read that right. We are from three different states and the only time we were ever together during our writing process was virtually … [Read more…]

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