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  • S T U D E N T - C E N T E R E D

    C OAC H I N G ?

    W H AT I S

  • T H E B I G I D E A S

  • T H E B I G I D E A S

    C O A C H I N G I S A B O U T S T U D E N T L E A R N I N G

  • T H E B I G I D E A S

    C O A C H I N G I S A B O U T S T U D E N T L E A R N I N G

    C O A C H I N G I S A PA R T N E R S H I P W I T H T E A C H E R S

  • T H E B I G I D E A S

    C O A C H I N G I S N O T A M A T T E R O F I F B U T W H E N

    C O A C H I N G I S A B O U T S T U D E N T L E A R N I N G

    C O A C H I N G I S A PA R T N E R S H I P W I T H T E A C H E R S

  • C O A C H I N G I S N O T

  • C O A C H I N G I S N O T

    A B O U T F I X I N G P E O P L E

  • C O A C H I N G I S N O T

    A B O U T F I X I N G P E O P L E

    S I N G U L A R LY F O C U S E D O N I N S T R U C T I O N

  • C O A C H I N G I S N O T

    O N LY A P P L I C A B L E T O C E R TA I N T E A C H E R S

    A B O U T F I X I N G P E O P L E

    S I N G U L A R LY F O C U S E D O N I N S T R U C T I O N

  • D I A N E S W E E N E Y

    It doesnt work to sort teachers by whether they are effective or ineffective and then use a coach

    to fix those who we perceive to be broken.

  • WE CLOSE THE GAP BETWEEN WHAT STUDENTS KNOW AND WHAT THEY NEED TO

    KNOW

  • - D O N TA P S C O T T & A N T H O N Y D . W I L L I A M S I N W I K I N O M I C S

    The old, hardwired plan & push mentality is rapidly giving way to a new dynamic engage

    & cocreate economy.

  • - B U R C H E L L & R O B I N , T H E G R E AT W O R K P L A C E

    It is easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than it is to think your way

    into a new way of acting.

  • S E V E N C O R E P R A C T I C E S

  • S E T T I N G G O A L S F O R C O A C H I N G C Y C L E S

    C O R E P R A C T I C E O N E :

  • C R E AT I N G L E A R N I N G TA R G E T S B A S E D O N T H E S TA N D A R D S

    C O R E P R A C T I C E T W O :

  • U S I N G S T U D E N T E V I D E N C E T O C O -P L A N I N S T R U C T I O N

    C O R E P R A C T I C E T H R E E :

  • O R G A N I Z I N G C O A C H I N G T H R O U G H C Y C L E S

    C O R E P R A C T I C E F O U R :

  • C O A C H I N G C Y C L E D I A G R A M

    S TA G E 1 : T E A C H E R ( S ) E S TA B L I S H A G O A L F O R S T U D E N T S T H AT I S D R I V E N B Y T H E

    S TA N D A R D S

    S TA G E 2 : T E A C H E R ( S ) A N D

    C O A C H P R E - A S S E S S S T U D E N T S A N D D E S I G N

    I N S T R U C T I O N T O M E E T T H E I R N E E D S

    S TA G E 4 : T E A C H E R ( S ) A N D

    C O A C H R E - A S S E S S S T U D E N T S T O

    D E T E R M I N E I F T H E Y H AV E R E A C H E D T H E G O A L . A D D I T I O N A L I N S T R U C T I O N F O R

    T H O S E W H O H AV E N T.

    S TA G E 3 : T E A C H E R ( S ) A N D

    C O A C H I M P L E M E N T I N S T R U C T I O N A N D

    T H E N M O D I F Y I T W H E N S T U D E N T S A R E N T

    R E A C H I N G T H E G O A L

    S T U D E N T L E A R N I N G

  • C O - T E A C H I N G W I T H A F O C U S O N E F F E C T I V E T E A C H I N G P R A C T I C E S

    C O R E P R A C T I C E F I V E :

  • M E A S U R I N G T H E I M PA C T O F C O A C H I N G

    C O R E P R A C T I C E S I X :

  • PA R T N E R I N G W I T H T H E P R I N C I PA LC O R E P R A C T I C E S E V E N :

  • N K C S C H O O L S

    NKCS Professional Learning Incubator 1

    Professional Learning Incubator

    A Culture of CollaborationProviding opportunities to soften the walls of our classrooms as we continue to grow into the 21st Century

    The North Kansas City School District is vast with respect to both geographical area and total number of faculty. In order to turn challenges into assets, some form of collaborative sandbox for instructional alignment & innovation is needed. The Ning platform is rich with opportunity for the sort of local customization we need to assist staff in building relationships with colleagues and coming together around instructional issues and challenges. These actions directly impact professional growth, and ultimately, student performance and empowerment.

    Removing Barriers

    Teaching today is an increasingly sophisticated endeavor. More and more is expected from our staff as we seek to provide the best for our children. The ceiling we increasingly push against is time. The

    simple fact remains that our days will never number in excess of 24 hours. In light of this, we must seek to maximize our time in planning, highlighting and sharing our bright spots and next practices.

    Leaders at all levels know we can never afford to schedule enough face to face time for professional learning. The logistics arent there, and funds are limited. Given this fact, we are led toward making

    the most effective use of the time we have. The question becomes... how do we give teachers more feedback from peers, Administrators, Instructional Coordinators, Teaching & Learning Coaches, SALTs, etc.? How do we do this in a way that honors the time of all of the professionals involved, and yet do so in a way that credits the ways in which we increasingly interact in a digital world?

    We feel that an online incubator for professional learning will allow us to better connect research to planning and planning to practice. Ultimately, this culture of collaboration will help to spread the best of our work beyond the walls of our individual classrooms and in a way that allows us to interact when and where we work best.

    Getting There

    Startup for this is simple. The roadmap to implementation is easily articulated. Soon we can share practices, troubleshoot for alignment, coach one another, document the powerful work of our PLTs, and continue the engagement with our consultants.

    Together we can all become more effective in meeting the needs of our children for today and into the future.

    A place where ideas and innovations find growth, development, and instructional alignment.

    Immersion in Digital CultureThe social web is currently a part of the lives of all children... and most adults. This approach will purposefully immerse adult learners in modern, online 2-way tools explicitly shifted toward learning.

    Sharing Instructional PracticesShining light on bright spots across our organization. Providing opportunities to troubleshoot.

    Making PLT Work TransparentGrade-level teams across the district. Content level teams. Cross functional teams. Multidisciplinary approaches. Support for Encore programs. Empowering collaboration & accountability Thursday to Thursday.

    Extending Professional Learning

    Capturing the rich work of and with our paid consultants. Extending these relationships forward.

    Curriculum CollaborationHelping our curriculum come to life and find alignment with both solid instructional practice and common, targeted assessment districtwide. Curriculum becomes a living, breathing entity.

    Opportunities to CoachWith teachers reflecting throughout a common network, our many support teams gain another venue for just-in-time coaching.

    A multifaceted approach to adult learning... ...that incubates and reinforces best practices

    Face to face sharing is the best form of synchronous collaboration. Yet,

    asynchronous learning can easily evolve beyond the physical constraints

    of time and place.

  • N K C S E D U . N I N G . C O M

  • H O W H A S Y O U R D E F I N I T I O N O F C O A C H I N G C H A N G E D ?

    W H AT Q U E S T I O N S D O Y O U H AV E ?

    R E F L E C T:

  • F O R M O R E V I S I T: W W W. D I A N E S W E E N E Y. C O M

    T H A N K Y O U !

  • A N D N O W A B I T O F F I L M

  • A R T W O R K

    McCosh 50 by Peter Dutton via CC

    1111_Thinking Blue_009 by Serge Saint via CC

    Across the value by Pulpolux !!! via CC

    Apples by Anthony Albright via CC

    Capilano Suspension Fun by David J. Laporte via CC

    Red Apple Core by Roger Karlsson via CC

    Writing by Ruben Starset via CC

    Projector Lens by Michael Porter via CC

  • A R T W O R K

    Nautilus by Dave Spindle via CC

    Handshake I by Alvaro Canivell via CC

    Bulls Eye by Tom via CC

    Nikor F Lens by dbf Atl via CC

    Yew Chung International School of Beijing Co-teaching 3 by YCIS Beijing

    Blue Glass Bulb by Dixieroadrash via CC

    Blue Bokeh on Black Background by Matt Trostle via CC

    Changed Priorities Ahead by Addison Berry via CC