INSTRUCTIONAL COACHING CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 28, 2021
Every educator needs a coach, but not everyone needs to be coached the same. Expand your instructional coaching repertoire and learn how to best help teachers build their instructional capacity.
In this virtual conference, session topics include differentiating the roles of a coach, improving your coaching cycle, acquiring new coaching methods, virtual-remote coaching, refreshing PLCs, planning for student success, building relationships with teachers and administrators, and many more. Join us for this exciting virtual professional learning experience!
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MEET THE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Floyd Cobb has over 20 years of experience spanning the P-20 educational continuum, fifteen of which have been in leadership roles. He’s held roles as a classroom teacher, school leader, district curriculum leader, and a statewide policy implementer. In each role he has held responsibilities as a key leader making educational experiences more equitable. Floyd holds a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver. There, he is an adjunct faculty member and teaches courses on social inequality through the lenses of race, class, and gender. In 2017, Floyd was awarded the Ruth Murray Underhill Teaching Award for excellence in teaching, which is given to one adjunct faculty member at the university. He has published numerous articles and book chapters and is the author of the book Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity, which focuses on dignity as a key component of equity implementation.
John Krownapple specializes in professional learning and organizational development focused on equitable change. Bringing with him over 15 years of experience as the coordinator of diversity, equity and inclusion for a school district of over 50,000 students, John has published numerous articles and is the author of the book Guiding Teams to Excellence with Equity: Culturally Proficient Facilitation (Corwin, 2017) and co-author of Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity: The Keys to Successful Equity Implementation (Mimi & Todd Press, 2019). John has served as a classroom teacher, curriculum specialist, and district administrator. He is currently an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University and educational consultant.
Region 4 Instructional Coaching Conference
Session ID: 1620367
Date: Thursday, October 28, 2021
Time: 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Location: Virtual Zoom Session
Credit: 6 CPE
Regitration Fee: $125
Audience: Instructional Coaches, Administrators, Teachers Leaders
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Partnering for Growth
Instructional Coaching custom developed to increase student achievement
Coaching options available from Region 4 Education Service Center include:
Traditional Instructional Coaching
The instructional coach builds educator capacity in a face-to-face format by using the coaching cycle to foster reflective practices and improve instructional effectiveness for greater student engagement and learning.
Video-Based Instructional Coaching
The instructional coach engages in the coaching cycle with the educator in a face-to-face format; however, observation sessions are video-recorded to foster evidence-based reflections. The coach and the educator view the sessions together to identify areas for refinement and to guide future lesson planning.
Remote Instructional Coaching
The instructional coach engages in the coaching cycle through a web-based environment. Observation sessions are video-recorded to foster evidence-based reflection and dialogue between coach and educator, which occurs on a digital learning platform.
Blended Instructional Coaching
Rapport is established through one or two face-to-face coaching sessions. Subsequent coaching sessions are conducted through a Remote Instructional Coaching approach.
Teachers, coaches, or instructional leaders can benefit from instructional coaching. To learn more, contact one of Region 4 Education Service Center's experts at: