10 Asset-Based Coaching Habits That Go the Long Distance
August 30, 2022
Every student deserves to have a teacher who has a thinking partner. That’s because the work in schools is too sophisticated and complex to go at it alone. Whether you are a new or seasoned coach, now is the time to take stock of your own coaching habits and potentially add new ones to your practice. If you are an instructional coach, team leader, PLC facilitator, department chair or administrator who facilitates adult learning for colleagues, join me for this resource-filled session where we’ll look at 10 asset-based coaching habits that are sure to go the long distance. Leave this session making a commitment to a high leverage coaching habit to prioritize across the next few months.
Julie Wright is a teacher, instructional coach, and educational consultant with more than 25 years of experience in rural, suburban, and urban education settings. She co-authored What Are You Grouping For? How to Guide Small Groups Based on Readers—Not the Book (Corwin, 2018). Julie is best known for helping schools build capacity by matching their pedagogical beliefs to best practices. She holds National Board Certification as well as a B.S. in education, a Master’s in language arts and reading, K-12 Reading Endorsement, and a pre-K through grade 9 principal license from The Ohio State University. In her free time, Julie loves walking, hanging out with family and friends, spending time in her garden, and she is a wanna-be beekeeper.