Literacy coaching

Enhance your teaching skills with effective literacy coaching strategies. Discover how literacy coaching can support student learning and improve classroom instruction.

Hello! I hope everyone is surviving the final days before the holiday break! As many of you know I’m no longer a classroom teacher, I am a Literacy Coach. So I often get the question or look, “What do you do all day?” So today I am here to give you an answer of […]

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Cindy Wilkinson
Coaching, Pre K, Crafts, Ipa, Instructional Coach Office, Literacy Coach Office, Instructional Leadership, Coaching Teachers, Instructional Coaching

Moving into a coaching role as a teacher can be daunting for anyone. You spent years in the classroom perfecting your craft and all of a sudden you are in a new role and feel like a first year teacher all over again. But, you don’t have to. This post serves as a guide for…

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Jennifer Hein
How to Time Block Your Week: A Productive Instructional Coach Habit! - Ms. Houser Organisation, Coaching, Adhd, Ideas, Productivity Coach, Task List, Coaching Teachers, Literacy Coach Office, Instructional Coaching Tools

Every Sunday afternoon, I figure out in advance everything that I need to do for the week ahead and create a time blocked plan to work from. Instead of trying to be generally productive or working off a random task list, I thoughtfully organize my work according to what must be done this week, divide […]

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kay beal
Need ideas for introducing yourself as an instructional coach? Without a good introduction, teachers might not know what job you are there to do. This post shares three fun ways for introducing yourself and your role as a coach. Try a newsletter or a presentation, or even a fun "Coffee with the Coach" event to share your role and responsibilities with teachers! #instructionalcoach #instructionalcoachintroduction Leadership, Coaching, Instructional Coaching Resources, Instructional Coaching Tools, Instructional Coach Office, Instructional Coaching, Instructional Leadership, Coaching Teachers, Coaching Tools

Need ideas for introducing yourself as an instructional coach? Without a good introduction, teachers might not know what job you are there to do. This post shares three fun ways for introducing yourself and your role as a coach. Try a newsletter or a presentation, or even a fun "Coffee with the Coach" event to share your role and responsibilities with teachers! #instructionalcoach #instructionalcoachintroduction

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Josie Encisco Hammond
Literacy coaches have focus points to start the school year. Here are three you need to know: 1. Build relationships, 2. Provide timely information in a non-threatening way, and 3. Facilitate data conversations. Click to read more about these steps! Reading, Middle School Reading, Anchor Charts, Coaching, Literacy Coach Office, Reading Specialist Literacy Coach, Student Reading, Middle School Reading Classroom, Reading Intervention

Literacy coaches have focus points to start the school year. Here are three you need to know: 1. Build relationships, 2. Provide timely information in a non-threatening way, and 3. Facilitate data conversations. Click to read more about these steps!

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