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The Coaching Partnership: Collaboration for Systemic Change

The Coaching Partnership: Collaboration for Systemic Change
 

Create Unstoppable Teams through Collaborative Coaching! When teachers, coaches, mentors, and administrators successfully work together in a collaborative coaching partnership, everyone's effectiveness increases--and student achievement grows. The Coaching Partnership provides ed... read full description below.

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ISBN 9781338586824
Barcode 9781338586824
Published 17 July 2019 by Scholastic
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback, 2nd ed.
Author(s) By Taylor, Rosemarye
By Chanter, Carol
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ISBN-13 9781338586824
ISBN-10 1338586823
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Scholastic
Imprint Scholastic Professional
Publication Date 17 July 2019
International Publication Date 1 July 2019
Publication Country
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback, 2nd ed.
Edition 2nd ed.
Author(s) By Taylor, Rosemarye
By Chanter, Carol
Category Social Research & Statistics
Education
Organization & Management Of Education
Teacher Training
Teaching Skills & Techniques
Number of Pages 144
Dimensions Width: 185mm
Height: 226mm
Spine: 5mm
Weight 295g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
NBS Text Education & Teaching
ONIX Text General/trade
Dewey Code Not specified
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Create Unstoppable Teams through Collaborative Coaching! When teachers, coaches, mentors, and administrators successfully work together in a collaborative coaching partnership, everyone's effectiveness increases--and student achievement grows. The Coaching Partnership provides educators with a unique perspective and approach to instructional coaching centered on mutual and reciprocal accountability for continuous improvement. This essential resource provides the guidance and tools educators need to implement a coaching partnership system in their schools and achieve their ultimate goal: improved student learning outcomes. Drawing on their extensive experience and years of research, the authors identify all the necessary components for a successful coaching partnership, and show teachers, coaches, mentors, and administrators how to: Optimize coaching partnerships with clearly defined processes and roles Foster a culture of generative thinking to encourage learning, inquiry, and lasting change Build trust to create successful collaborative, equitable relationships Use frameworks to implement an evidence-based approach to coaching Leverage academic language and adult communication strategies as drivers of success Commit to an effective coaching system that makes improved performance last In addition to clear and effective strategies, each chapter contains real-life vignettes from the field, coaching-in-action videos, ideas for productive partnerships, reflective practice questions, and helpful definitions. Plus, a Coaching System Planning Tool will help each member of the coaching team reflect, collaborate, and take purposeful, immediate action--all with the goal of creating a learning environment where students thrive. Grounded in research, this accessible guide offers a practical and systematic approach for creating a vital coaching culture at any school!

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Author's Bio

Dr. Carol Chanter has over 40 years of experience in special education, general education, and school and district leadership. During the past 11 years she has utilized this experience in her roles as Vice President, Technical and Implementation Services, Scholastic; Senior Vice President, Program Professional Services, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; Senior Vice President Professional Services, Achieve3000; and most recently as Senior Vice President Professional Learning Services, Scholastic, to liaise with teachers and leaders regarding best practices in program implementation, coaching, literacy, high-leverage instructional practices and school turnaround. Carol believes that there are five key mechanisms for improving student learning: learning environments that offer a sense of respect and belonging, a teaching culture that values content knowledge, a standards-based curriculum, effective pedagogical practices, and cognitively engaging learning tasks. She has presented at numerous conferences and has authored and co-authored several articles and books. Her areas of interest and expertise include general and special education, educational leadership, and K-12 literacy. She has taught courses at the University of Central Florida in Organization and Administration of Schools, Contemporary Issues in Education, Management of Reading Programs and Secondary Reading. Carol received her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Education from the University of Florida, her Masters Degree in Learning and Behavior Disorders from the University of Kentucky, her Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Nova University and her Doctorate in Educational Research, Technology and Leadership from the University of Central Florida. Rosemarye (Rose) Taylor has a rich background that includes middle and high teaching, school administration, and district administration. She was a reading, language arts, and Spanish teacher, and counselor, followed by service as a middle and high school administrator, and district level administrator in Georgia and Florida. In private sector management, she was Director of Professional Development for Scholastic, Inc., New York. Currently, she is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. As Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Central Florida, her specialty is systematic leadership to improve student achievement Pk-20. She has conducted research on leadership and change, particularly as it relates to accountability. She has spoken and published widely on this topic, publishing in many professional journals including Kappan, Educational Leadership, and Principal Leadership. Taylor has also written six books: Leading Learning: Improve Student Achievement Today! (2010), Improving Readers, Writers, and Content Learning for Students in Grades 4-12 (2007), Leadership Handbook for Literacy Coaching (2006), The K-12Literacy Leadership Fieldbook (2005), Literacy Leadership for Grades 5-12, (2003), and Leading With Character to Improve Student Achievement (2003). Each title reflects Taylor's commitment to all students thriving--and learning more when leadership creates ethical, fail-safe systems. She serves as consultant on literacy, learning communities, curriculum system development, and leadership to schools, districts and professional organizations.

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