September 12, 2022
Whether you are a new or seasoned coach, part-time or full-time, or in one building or several, building a coaching schedule to meet the needs of a learning community can be tricky. Join Julie Wright to learn how to get clear about the time you have available for coaching, create cohorts, utilize in-person and virtual spaces, and learn a process for building a coaching schedule that is doable and sustainable.
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.