Leading Student-Centered Coaching: Building Principal and Coaching Partnerships

Diane Sweeney, Co-Author of Leading Student-Centered Coaching
Diane Sweeney
Ann Mausbach, Co-Author of Leading Student-Centered Coaching
Ann Mausbach

We are excited to share the news that Leading Student-Centered Coaching: Building Principal and Coach Partnerships (Sweeney and Mausbach) will be published in June of 2018.

Written for an audience of K-12 principals, district leaders, and coaches, this new book will tackle the toughest issues that are associated with integrating coaching into a school. For example, coaches trying to work around the principal, principals delegating too much to coaches, and coaches and principals working parallel rather than with each other. Each chapter addresses a different aspect of building, sustaining, and learning from the coaching effort. We also provide practical ideas and solutions that can help you to ensure that coaching is getting results.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1- Introduction to Student-Centered Coaching
Chapter 2- Connecting School Improvement to Coaching
Chapter 3- Defining Roles for Coaches and Principals
Chapter 4- School Culture and Coaching
Chapter 5- Setting Expectations for Authentic Engagement in Coaching
Chapter 6- Driving Towards High Quality Instruction
Chapter 7- Separating Coaching from Supervision
Chapter 8- Supporting the Development of the Coach

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6 thoughts on “Leading Student-Centered Coaching: Building Principal and Coaching Partnerships”

  1. Can’t wait to see this new book. It sounds like what has really been needed. Now that I am retired and work part time as a coach…..I can really use this book.

  2. I look forward to reading this! It will be a great starting point to establishing a common, shared vision for coaching.

  3. This is the book we have needed! Noticing and naming the issues is the first step toward a thoughtful solution. You named three I see often: coaches trying to work around the principal, principals delegating too much to coaches, and coaches and principals working parallel rather than with each other. Can’t wait to read it and share with my coaches.

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