Student-Centered Coaching Foundations
April 30 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm EDT
Location: Thomas College
Led by Julie Wright, Diane Sweeney’s east coast consultant.
Registration fees — $200 Instructional Coaching Co-Op members; $300 non-members
Join us for this conference based on the work of Diane Sweeney and designed specifically for teachers serving in a
coaching capacity. During this two-day conference participants will learn more about Student-Centered Coaching, a
model for coaching that maintains a laser-like focus on students, is driven by data, and is established within a culture of
learning. By focusing on coaching for student learning – rather than on fixing teachers – a coach can make a
measureable impact on both student learning and teaching practice.
Learn how to implement the seven core practices for student-centered coaching.
Develop strategies for coaching small groups and individuals.
Implement tools to measure the impact of coaching on student learning and instructional practice.
Develop tools and techniques for engaging teachers in coaching cycles.
Practice using strategies for rigorous and respectful discourse across coaching conversations.
Use learning targets and formative assessments as a foundation for coaching.