Based on The Impact Cycle (2017) by Jim Knight, this workshop describes the coaching cycle proposed for instructional coaches. All teachers, schools, and classrooms face their own unique challenges. An established process for guiding the coaching experience ensures that instructional coaches have all of the tools they need to help teachers set and achieve their goals. The Impact Cycle–the product of 20 years of ICG research, (see instructionalcoaching.com/research)–provides a framework for any coaching scenario. Participants in this workshop will learn why the cycle is successful, and gain experience using it through examples and guided exercises.
The Impact Cycle Overview
The Identify Stage
The Learn Stage
The Improve Stage
Putting it All Together
For individuals with schedule conflicts or who live in different time zones, this workshop is recorded and available for registrants to watch on-demand for 30 days.
If you are interested in attending with a group of 18+ from your school/district and want to ensure you are experiencing this workshop as a team, contact us to register for a private session >>
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“I’ve been in a coaching role for 3 years. This course was a great validation of the work I’ve started as well as learning new tools and strategies for the future. The zoom sessions were engaging and meaningful. This was an engaging course with many purposeful tools shared.”
“I thought this course was amazing. It gives a lot of direction to coaching teachers. I loved learning how to implement the checklist to support teachers. I also like the dialogue aspect, where teachers will be the drivers of their coaching cycles.”
“I am equipped with a framework for doing the work of helping faculty grow as professional practitioners.”