Educational Coaching - Page 2 of 34 - Steve Barkley

Podcast: A High School Coach & Principal Partnership

In this week’s episode of the Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud podcast, Steve is joined by principal, Larissa McCoy and coach, Robyn Sullivan-Jackson from the Leto Highschool in Hillsborough County  Florida, to discuss the coach/principal partnership. Get in touch with Larissa: larissa.mccoymitti@sdhc.k12.fl.us Get in touch with Robyn: robyn.sullivan-jackson@sdhc.k12.fl.us Subscribe to the Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud […]

Read more...

How is Distance Coaching Different from in the Classroom Coaching? (Part 3)

I shared in part 1 and part 2 that when I was asked this question in an interview my first response was to change the question. I’m convinced that how coaching is the same is a much more important question. The critical components and elements of coaching that have been developed across the last twenty-five […]

Read more...

How is Distance Coaching Different from in the Classroom Coaching? (Part 2)

Last week, I shared that when I was asked the above question in interview session at the Simply Coaching Summit — Quarantine Edition with Nicole Turner, my first response was to ask to change the question. I’m convinced that how coaching is the same is a much more important question. The critical components and elements […]

Read more...

How is Distance Coaching Different From in the Classroom Coaching? (Part 1)

I was asked this question as I began an interview session at the Simply Coaching Summit — Quarantine Edition with Nicole Turner. My first response was to ask to change the question. I’m convinced that how coaching is the same is a much more important question. The critical components and elements of coaching that have […]

Read more...

Teacher Autonomy and Coaching

In the November 2019 issue of Educational Leadership, Jim Knight shared an article titled, Why Teacher Autonomy Is Central to Coaching Success. Jim presented two research supported statements that identify why coaches need to be considering the role of teacher autonomy. An ever-increasing body of research shows that professionals are rarely motivated when they have […]

Read more...

Creating Opportunities to Develop Collective Teacher Efficacy

Collective teacher efficacy, when a staff of teachers believe that together they can inspire growth and change in their students, has the greatest impact on student achievement—even higher than factors like teacher-student relationships, home environment, or parental involvement (John Hattie). Collective teacher efficacy is unlikely to develop without a leadership plan for creating the environment […]

Read more...

The Academy for Educators

Become an expert in instructional coaching, blended and online learning strategies, engaging 21st Century learners, and more with online PD from PLS 3rd Learning.
Learn more