This two-day workshop will prepare you to systematically use student-centered coaching to meet student learning goals in your school. On day 1, participants will learn coaching“moves”, the core practices that drive student-centered coaching.
On day 2, differentiated sessions for coaches and administrators will take a deeper dive into the coaching process from the perspective of each of these roles. The coaching strand will take the core practices for student-centered coaching into deeper implementation. The leadership strand, designed for school and district administrators, will focus on the essential moves for leading a coaching effort. While we encourage principals and coaches to attend together, it is not necessary.
The registration fee includes lunch on both days as well as a copy of the book Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves.
After teaching and coaching in the Denver Public Schools, Diane served as a program officer at the Public Education and Business Coalition (PEBC) in Denver. Since then she has become a respected voice in the field of coaching and professional development.
Diane is the author of Leading Student-Centered Coaching (Corwin, 2018), Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves (Corwin, 2016), Student-Centered Coaching at the Secondary Level (Corwin Press, 2013), and Student-Centered Coaching: A Guide for K-8 Coaches and Principals (Corwin Press, 2011). Diane holds a longstanding interest in how adult learning translates to learning in the classroom.
Julie Wright is a teacher, instructional coach, and consultant with over 25 years of experience in education. Julie has worked as an instructional coach in both urban and suburban settings and taught at the University level. She holds National Board Certification as well as a B.S. in education, a master’s in language arts and reading, and extensive school leadership post-graduate work. Julie is the author of What Are You Grouping For? Grades 3-8, How to Guide Small Groups Based on Readers, Not the Book.