Educational Coaching - Page 2 of 40 - Steve Barkley

Changing Questions When Planning For Learning (Part 2)

In the previous blog, I described how a post written by JoAnna Haugen, the founder of Rooted, an organization with a focus on sustainable travel-related initiatives, led me to think […]

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Changing Questions When Planning For Learning (Part 1)

I follow a blog written by JoAnna Haugen, the founder of Rooted. Rooted’s mission is to responsibly document, support, celebrate, and share sustainable travel-related initiatives that prioritize local communities and […]

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Encouraging Teaching With Big Concepts

Two recent podcast conversations connected on the need to teach with big concepts. Both educators caused me to reflect back on this diagram from Grades K-12 Rebound: A Playbook For […]

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Purpose of School

I recently came across the work and thoughts of Valerie Hannon and Amelia Peterson, the authors of Thrive: The Purpose of School in a Changing World. As is my usual […]

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Could AI ChatGPT Lead to Better Student Learning Tasks?

Blogs and podcasts about ChatGPT are a constant in feeds on my computer each day. I am expecting that soon, if not already, instructional coaches, administrators, and teacher leaders will […]

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Some Coaching Questions from Teacher Leaders

I frequently work with teachers who serve as heads of departments or team leaders. Sometimes, identified as middle level leaders. Often my focus is on creating a coaching culture among […]

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