Instructional Coaching Summer Series & Giveaway

It’s time for my favorite annual event at Buzzing with Ms. B. The Summer Coaching Series & Giveaway!

Here’s the why: 

When coaches are hired, they are often teachers who have demonstrated a lot of strength in the classroom. But when they’re moved to a coaching position, they’re often left to figure out how to work with adults on their own.

If you’ve been coaching for any length of time at all, it’s clear: kids and teachers are two very different animals. The way we worked with kids isn’t always the way to work with teachers.

The challenge is that there isn’t always a lot of support or professional development for coaches.

That’s why this Summer Coaching Series is all about how to support teachers in order to support students.

You’ll walk away with specific ideas and steps to take to make your coaching work better and help you coach with confidence!

And here’s the what:

The posts for the blog series this summer are: 

Coaching teachers doesn’t have to feel like deep sea diving with no oxygen tank. Get my free download, Coaching in Classrooms:  A Free Download to help you get started.

  • Tips for getting started
  • Coaching services menu
  • Classroom sweep form
  • Coaching invitations (black and white)
  • Using the gradual release model to coach teachers
  • Coaching plan
  • Observation guide
  • Debriefing sentence starters
  • Thank you notes

You can get them all by entering your email address below!

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  1. Hi Chrissy,

    I recently was hired for a new position in my district. I will work to support math coaches throughout my district with coaching, planning with teams, and data. I have enjoyed reading your blog and look forward to future posts! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I'm grateful to have found this blog to help with my first year as an instructional supervisor/coach. You are right that this is a lonely job, and your posts have made me feel just a bit better about where I am!

  3. I love this ! I’m in my third year of coaching and I’m just feel like I’m finally “getting it”. I’ve been throwing into creating a curriculum for my school and I’m constantly overwhelmed but I love it. Soon I will move into administration and I want to always remember that my coaches need support too!!!

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