Ashley Jankowski, Author at Steve Barkley

Walkthrough Feedback in a Coaching Partnership

“Coaching is a relationship between two equals, one of whom is committed to making personal and professional improvements. These improvements may come in the form of wanting to learn new […]

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Approaching Walkthroughs with a Lens of Inquiry

I had the opportunity to meet educator and author, Jessica Vance, at a conference for instructional coaches. She took part in a session I was facilitating around coaches’ use of […]

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Assessments: Task Neutral/Task Agnostic

I was introduced to these two terms in a Tom Schimmer podcast interview with Lee Ann Jung. The interview focused on assessments in Universal Design for Learning (UDL). “UDL guides […]

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Designing Learning for Complexity and Difficulty

Student learning production behaviors have been the focus of my coaching for many years. Knowing what we want students to gain as learning outcomes, drives us to identify what students […]

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Coaching and Expertise

In a recent article, The Learning Zone / Should Coaches Be Experts?, Jim Knight explores the question, “Do coaches need to be experts to have the biggest impact?” Jim shares, […]

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Personalized Coaching: Building Your Coaching Skills With Steve Barkley

As part of the NESA (Near East South Asia) Networked Learning Series, Steve will be teaching an 8-week, self-paced, online course that is designed to build personalized coaching skills. This […]

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