VIDEO: Teacher Actions & Student Behavior

This week, Steve Barkley ponders how teachers make the connection between their actions and student behavior.

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PD-Changing Or Not?

In an online post, Barnett Berry, reported that states and districts spend about $18 billion annually on professional development and that the funds are spent in highly fragmented ways, typically driven by the preferences of local administrators (often at the district level) who make most of the decisions about how and what teachers are to […]

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VIDEO: Classroom Behaviors by Grade

This week, Steve Barkley ponders the types of behaviors that coaches should focus on in elementary school versus middle or high school.

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Increasing Dialogue in Coaching Post Conferences

 I recently had the opportunity to observe several teacher coaching pairs as they made their initial foray into peer coaching after a single day workshop with me where they were introduced to the concepts and skills of peer coaching. In the workshop I was able to model a pre-conference with a participant and then had […]

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VIDEO: Focusing on Teacher Behavior

This week, Steve Barkley ponders how coaches can help teachers focus on teacher behavior change before attempting student change.

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Steve Barkley

For the past 35 years, Steve has served as a consultant to school districts, teacher organizations, state departments of education, and colleges and universities nationally and internationally, facilitating the changes necessary for them to reach students and successfully prepare them for the 21st century. Read more…