Archive for the ‘Instructional coaching’ Category

How to Create an Anchor Activity Using a Tic/Tac/Toe Board

AUTHOR: Virginia Keasler and Mary Headley, Math Specialists How do we teach math to the wide range of diverse learners in today’s classroom? It is often difficult to match the readiness levels of every student and knowing where to start can be a challenge. Consider starting simple and celebrating successes along the way. Anchor activities […]

The Art of Instructional Coaching with Elena Aguilar

Region 13 and the Instructional Coaching Network is proud to welcome Elena Aguilar as she discusses and explains how coaches can become successful campus leaders. This fresh approach to instructional coaching is based on research and real-life examples. District Instructional Coaches are encouraged to attend in order to gain insight, knowledge, and ideas for starting […]

Instructional Coaching to Improve Student Learning and Close Achievement Gaps

Author: Mandy Sargent, Region 13 PLC Specialist, Instructional Programs and Initiatives   Harry Wong says, “Quality teaching is the most critical means by which to improve student learning and to close achievement gaps. You achieve student success through teacher success.”  (The First Days of School, 2009)  If the number one way to improve student success […]

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