19th Annual SUMMER INTENSIVE ON EDUCATIONAL COACHING
June 27, 28, and 29, 2022
The Summer Intensive provides three days of learning together about educational coaching. Topics include: models, formats, and outcomes of coaching; the Student Success Cycle, effective coaching conversation; working with challenging people; engaging with professional learning teams; managing time; collaborating with principals; helping teachers who are stressed out, and more. This lively workshop is suitable for coaches at all grade levels and all levels of experience as well as those who support coaches in leadership roles (e.g. principals, curriculum directors, Title I leaders).
The Summer Intensive will take place in a virtual environment on June 27 28, and 29. More information is available here.
Whether your title is instructional coach, math coach, literacy coach, or any other coach-related term, this is the event for your professional growth!
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EFFECTIVE EDUCATIONAL COACHING
Workshops are available for both new and experienced coaches. Topics may include: coaching formats, models, and outcomes; communication skills; the coaching conversation; the problem-solving cycle; time and scheduling; working with challenging people; coaching for initiatives; coaching and the Common Core State Standards; coaching and RTI; strong coach-principal collaborations; demonstration lessons; helping teachers set and reach goals; and other topics custom-designed to your needs. Contact Cathy Toll to bring a workshop for educational coaches to your school, district, or region.
COACHING TEACHERS UNDER DURESS
This one-day workshop provides practical strategies for coaches struggling to connect well with teachers. It provides practical tools for partnering with teachers who feel stress due to hightened external demands, worries about students social-emotional learning, and disruptions due to the ongoing pandemic. Contact Cathy Toll to bring this workshop to your district, conference, or organization.
LEARNERSHIP: LEADERSHIP FOR LEARNING
LEARNERSHIP is an unwavering commitment to schools as places of learning. When school leaders engage in LEARNERSHIP they have meaningful learning conversations with teachers, use data for practical problem-solving, and keep their eyes on the prize, which is greater student learning. This workshop provides principals, teacher leaders, and district supervisors with the tools and perspectives for effective LEARNERSHIP. Contact Cathy Toll to bring this workshop to your school, district, or region.
EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING TEAMS
Professional Learning Teams (PLTs), sometimes called Professional Learning Communities, are amazing formats for supporting teacher learning that leads to greater student learning. This workshop gives school leaders and teachers the tools to make PLTs effective, including: processes for selecting topics and solving problems; strategies for engaging all participants; approaches to participant disagreement; and understanding of pitfalls that undermine effective PLTs. Contact Cathy Toll to bring this workshop to your school, district, or region.