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Webinar: Coaching Advancing Teaching Practices

Overview

When: Tuesday, June 29, 2010, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Where: TTA Center and online

Designed for: Teams of Head Start and Early Head Start programs including directors, education managers and supervisors, and child care and preK partners

The latest research confirms: coaching when done intentionally and systematically is a powerful professional development strategy for classroom teachers. Yet, being an effective coach involves far more than knowing what “good” classroom teaching looks like. Coaches must not only understand theoretical practice and the research base supporting it, but also know how to encourage teachers to apply new and more intentional practices in their daily work with children and one another.

To help support your program’s efforts in establishing or advancing your approach to coaching, the TTA Center will present an interactive webinar that will involve you in examining: 1) the latest research on coaching; 2) various models of coaching; and 3) several elements of coaching—relationship building, using data, focusing the observation, videoing teacher practices, and structuring the reflective conference and goal setting.

How to Participate

Onsite
Join your colleagues for the webinar and take part in onsite discussion. We encourage you to join us and your colleagues onsite

Online
Access the webinar from your office as a team. We ask that you convene key managers, supervisors, and staff to participate in the webinar as a group.  Registrants will receive instructions for online access via e-mail on June 25th. 

Please register each staff member separately so we can provide additional information following the webinar and documentation of training hours. To register, click the link above and complete the registration form.