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Collecting Feedback from Teachers with Erinn Cottman, Ep. 58 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Do you struggle with collecting and using feedback from teachers?  Education consultant Erinn Cottman joins me to discuss using feedback and how to get it from multiple sources. She shares practices to normalize the feedback process and the questions she asks that get results.

Do you collect feedback from teachers regularly?

If not, you’re missing out on an effective instructional coaching tool.

Educational consultant Erinn Cottman joins me to talk about how she collects and uses feedback in her work. She explains why it’s important to normalize the process and get consistent feedback throughout the semester.

We discuss the importance of using strength-based collaborative coaching and acknowledging all feedback even if you can’t do anything about it. Erinn also shares her best advice for helping the staff learn to give and receive meaningful feedback.

You’ll find out the types of questions you should be asking and how to get feedback from multiple sources. Listen to learn why she asks teachers if there’s anything she should stop doing when she coaches them.

This episode has lots of real-life ideas you can start using today to improve your coaching outcomes.

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