Coaching Choice Board
Since so many people outside of education have asked what I do as an "Instructional Coach", I figured a lot of teachers didn't really know what I did either! It turns out, I was right!
Elementary school teachers are usually more familiar with the role an Instructional Coach plays in their schools, but not as much in Middle School. To help clarify, I decided to take our district job assurances and make them public so teachers knew what was required of me on a daily basis.
I took it a step further and made a "Choice Board" for my "services" so teachers had some ideas of how I can help them and/or their students.
This isn't a long post, I just wanted to share my resources in case someone else wanted to do the same for the schools they serve. This is a time consuming process and I genuinely feel like #sharingiscaring! I have my Google Slides Choice Board featured below. Click the link below the image to make a copy for yourself!
Directions have been placed in the speaker notes on page 1 of the template so you can change the background to work for you. The Google Drawing background template can be found here .
SCMidlands Summit Resources
Calling all EDU Coaches! Let's Get Organized with Google!
Tech Integration to Reach All Learners with UDL & GSuiteEDU
Click the images above for my session resources. I appreciate you joining today! Please leave feedback on the Summit website and feel free to share with others that may benefit from these resources. I look forward to connecting with you! @specialtechie.
The purpose of this post is to give coaches some ideas and tools to manage your time and energy.
*Note: I am fairly new to coaching, so I am not claiming to be an expert by any means!
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I'm an Innovative Learning Coordinator in Berkeley County South Carolina and a Google Certified Trainer.