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09
DEC
2014

Student Centered Coaching Online Book Study

Online Book Study of Student-Centered Coaching – hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison The University of Wisconsin will host an online book study featuring Student-Centered Coaching. How exciting is that! The best part…some of my respected friends and colleagues will par
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07
OCT
2014

A Study Guide for Student-Centered Coaching

A Study Guide for Student-Centered Coaching: A Guide for K-8 Coaches and Principals As teams and districts explore Student-Centered Coaching (Sweeney, 2010), a few have requested a study guide to support their dive into the processes and tools that are focused on throughout the book.
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30
SEP
2014

Student-Centered Coaching Conference > May 18-19, 2015

SAVE THE DATE Student-Centered Coaching Conference – May 18-19, 2015 Denver, CO (sold out) We are excited to announce the Third Annual Student-Centered Coaching Conference on May 18-19, 2015 in Denver, CO. The conference is being hosted by Regis University‘s outstanding Master o
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03
AUG
2014

Becoming Student-Centered

Laura Hilger is an Educational Specialist for the Re-Inventing Schools Coalition and a guest facilitator on our Global Forum for Student-Centered Coaching portal. When I was just starting out as a teacher, I remember thinking that MY classroom was going to be how I would change the wo
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24
JUN
2014

A Rainbow in the Clouds

A couple of weeks ago, I was riding home from the airport after spending two days working with an amazing coaching team in Liberty, Missouri. As I looked out across the plains at the ominous gray sky I saw a giant rainbow. In Liberty just the morning before, we watched a clip of Maya
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18
MAY
2014

Embedding Formative Assessment Data into Coaching Cycles

Coaching often centers exclusively on the actions taken by the teacher—making the assumption that if we improve the teaching, then student learning will improve as well. There is some logic to this approach, but unfortunately an unintended outcome is we’ve spent so much time thinking
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