Powerful Coaching: Supporting Higher Standards in Math and Literacy
Monday, October 10, 2016 at 8:30 AM - Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 3:30 PM (PDT)
From content expert to facilitator of student-centered teacher teams — coaches take on many different roles in districts. Regardless of the role, the research is clear: coaches have a powerful impact on teacher practice, and professional development greatly helps them maximize their role.
This hands-on institute provides current and aspiring coaches and teacher leaders with a set of tools and processes for supporting teachers in the context of higher standards in math and literacy.
What does the cost include?
The cost includes beverages, lunch and snacks, materials and clock hours.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership
The Center for Educational Leadership (CEL), founded in 2001 as a nonprofit service arm of the University of Washington College of Education, is dedicated to eliminating the achievement gap that continues to divide our nation’s children along the lines of race, class, language and disability. CEL works side by side with teachers, principals and school system leaders to build the expertise to deliver great classroom instruction around a unified vision of outstanding teaching. All of CEL’s research-based methods are rooted in the belief that every child can succeed at the highest level. Visit us at www.k-12leadership.org.