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System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

Participate in professional development that clarifies what coaches do and how they can be supported. This workshop provides a deep understanding of how administrators and instructional coaches can collaborate to ensure that coaches have an unmistakably positive impact on teachers’ teaching and students’ learning.

designed for
Instructional Coaches, Administrators
format
Both In-person and Virtual
credit hours

Upcoming Dates

Don't see a workshop date that works for you? Request a workshop to bring ICG to your school or district. For other registration questions, contact us here.
June 18, 2024
Jun 18
Jun 25, 2024
Jun 18
Jun 25, 2024
June 2024
via Zoom
via Zoom
register
October 16, 2024
Oct 16
Oct 22, 2024
Oct 16
Oct 22, 2024
October 2024
via Zoom
via Zoom
register

Course Outline

This workshop will cover the following:

  • The Partnership Principles that should guide coaches’ interactions with teachers
  • Actions coaches can take to partner with teachers to set and hit goals
  • The six specific actions administrators can take to support coaches effectively
  • The five simple truths of helping that must be addressed for any professional development activity to be effective

Takeaways

Participants will:

  • See the instructional coaching Impact Cycle in action
  • Learn how to prioritize coaches’ time and determine tasks they should and should not do
  • Discuss creating an instructional playbook that summarizes high-leverage teaching strategies coaches will share
  • Determine what policy should exist regarding teacher confidentiality
  • Develop strategies for addressing teachers who are resistant to change

Course Schedule

  • Cohort meets for one day
  • 9:00am -3:30pm CST, with one 60-minute break for lunch

Please Note

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 14+ from your school/district and want to ensure you are experiencing this workshop as a team, contact us to register for a private session >>

In the event you need to cancel your virtual workshop registration you can receive a full refund prior to your cohort start date. If you have any questions please contact us at hello@instructionalcoaching.com.

If you do not receive an email containing course information at least 1 day prior to the event, please contact brooke@instructionalcoaching.com.

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System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

6-week course
2-hours / week
5-day Intensive
16-week Virtual

Participate in professional development that clarifies what coaches do and how they can be supported. This workshop provides a deep understanding of how administrators and instructional coaches can collaborate to ensure that coaches have an unmistakably positive impact on teachers’ teaching and students’ learning.

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1-day
Two 3-hour sessions
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$
395
per individual
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Completed by more than 10,000 coaching teams

Completed by 10k+ dedicated coaches

Upcoming Sessions

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

June
18
&
25
,
2024
11:00 am
2:00 pm
CST
Jun 18
Jun 25, 2024
11:00 am
-
2:00 pm
CST
June 2024

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

June 18, 2024
11:00 am
2:00 pm
CST
Jun 18
Jun 25, 2024
11:00 am
-
2:00 pm
CST
via Zoom
June 2024

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

October
16
&
22
,
2024
11:00 am
2:00 pm
CST
Oct 16
Oct 22, 2024
11:00 am
-
2:00 pm
CST
October 2024

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

October 16, 2024
11:00 am
2:00 pm
CST
Oct 16
Oct 22, 2024
11:00 am
-
2:00 pm
CST
via Zoom
October 2024

Upcoming Sessions

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

June 18, 2024
11:00 am
2:00 pm
CST
Jun 18
Jun 25, 2024
Tuesday
s,
11:00 am
-
2:00 pm
CST
June 2024

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

October 16, 2024
11:00 am
2:00 pm
CST
Oct 16
Oct 22, 2024
Wednesday
s,
11:00 am
-
2:00 pm
CST
October 2024
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Dr. Jim Knight
Founder, Instructional Coaching Group

Jim Knight, Founder and Senior Partner of Instructional Coaching Group (ICG), is also a research associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has spent more than two decades studying professional learning and instructional coaching. Jim earned his PhD in Education from the University of Kansas and has won several university teaching, innovation, and service awards. The pioneering work Jim and his colleagues have conducted has led to many innovations that are now central to professional development in schools.

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Dr. Jessica Wise
Consultant, Instructional Coaching Group

Jessica began her educational career in Gwinnett County, Georgia, as an elementary school teacher. After seven years of teaching fourth grade, she transitioned into the role of an intervention teacher and instructional coach, where she found her true passion in education. Becoming a school-based instructional coach opened new possibilities for how to support education. After serving her school for two years as a coach, she joined the Curriculum & Instruction department where she served as a Literacy Instructional Specialist, and then a Leadership & Staff Development Instructional Coach. Jessica’s true passion exists in the learning spaces where adults can explore instructional coaching and facilitation that prioritizes people and energizes educators.

Presented by Jim Knight & Bryan Goodwin

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Dr. Jim Knight
Founder, Instructional Coaching Group
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Bryan Goodwin
President & CEO, McREL International

What Participants Are Saying

“Absolutely helpful and inspiring to try to start the year off in a great way!”

Associate Principal

Texas

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the complexities of helping adults
  • Develop strategies for addressing resistance to change
  • Discover ways to build a culture of trust
  • Differentiate between surface and deep coaching
  • Understand each of the Partnership Principles
  • Learn about the Impact Cycle
  • Determine how to prioritize coaches’ time and the tasks they should and should not do
  • Discuss creating an instructional playbook that summarizes high-leverage teaching strategies coaches will share
  • Determine what policy should exist regarding teacher confidentiality

Structure

Session 1: Defining coaching and introducing the GROWTH Framework

Session 2: The GROWTH Framework and goal setting

Session 3: Key coaching skills - listening to encourage thinking, asking powerful questions, and paraphrasing and summarizing

Session 4: The key skill of noticing and a coaching approach to offering feedback

Session 5: The Coaching Way of Being, trust, and emotional intelligence

Session 6: Putting it all together and planning next steps

A learning design to enable praxis

When we are engaged in praxis we are reflecting in action – taking what we are learning and applying it in real-life situations. Our course enables praxis through a 'coaching approach' to facilitation combined with a range of thoughtfully designed adult learning experiences including:

  • individual and group reflection activities
  • co-operative learning tasks
  • practice opportunities using real workplace scenarios
  • modeling
  • observation and feedback
  • debrief sessions

The option of a spaced learning design consisting of live interactive workshops complemented by self-paced modules on our Learning Management System (LMS) provides the opportunity for participants to apply skills and techniques in their context between sessions.

On-demand Access

For individuals with schedule conflicts or who live in different time zones, these virtual sessions are recorded and available for registrants to watch on-demand for 30 days.

Course Toolkit

Materials included in the cost of registration
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Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the complexities of helping adults
  • Develop strategies for addressing resistance to change
  • Discover ways to build a culture of trust
  • Differentiate between surface and deep coaching
  • Understand each of the Partnership Principles
  • Learn about the Impact Cycle
  • Determine how to prioritize coaches’ time and the tasks they should and should not do
  • Discuss creating an instructional playbook that summarizes high-leverage teaching strategies coaches will share
  • Determine what policy should exist regarding teacher confidentiality

Course Toolkit

Materials included in the cost of registration
The workbook cover is grey with a lined pattern in the background. The title of the workbook, "What Administrators Need to Know About Instructional Coaching" is displayed in large letters towards the bottom center.

Cancellation Policy

In the event you need to cancel your virtual workshop registration, you may receive a full refund prior to your cohort start date. To request a refund, please send us a message at hello@instructionalcoaching.com.

Cancellation Policy

10 or more days prior to the event – full refund
Less than 10 days prior to the event – no refund

Note: Your registration may be transferred to someone else, or transferred to a future Institute (in-person or virtual), at any time with no penalty attached.

Contact Us

Hotels and Accomodations

There are several options for accommodations at the in-person Institute in Lawrence, Kansas:

Towneplace Suites (2 blocks from Institute venue)
(785) 842-8800
900 New Hampshire St, Lawrence, KS 66044

The Oread (6 blocks from Institute venue)
(785) 843-1200
1200 Oread Ave, Lawrence, KS 66044

There are also some nice Airbnb options in town that your group may want to consider when searching for accommodations.

Venue Information

Maceli’s
1031 New Hampshire Street
Lawrence, KS 66044

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the complexities of helping adults
  • Develop strategies for addressing resistance to change
  • Discover ways to build a culture of trust
  • Differentiate between surface and deep coaching
  • Understand each of the Partnership Principles
  • Learn about the Impact Cycle
  • Determine how to prioritize coaches’ time and the tasks they should and should not do
  • Discuss creating an instructional playbook that summarizes high-leverage teaching strategies coaches will share
  • Determine what policy should exist regarding teacher confidentiality

Course Toolkit

Materials included in the cost of registration
The workbook cover is grey with a lined pattern in the background. The title of the workbook, "What Administrators Need to Know About Instructional Coaching" is displayed in large letters towards the bottom center.

Cancellation Policy

In the event you need to cancel your virtual workshop registration, you may receive a full refund prior to your cohort start date. To request a refund, please send us a message at hello@instructionalcoaching.com.

Two female educators converse in a workshop setting. One educator listens intentionally as the other reads from a piece of paper, as part of a conversational exercise. Other educators are seen having similar experiences in the background.

System Support: What Administrators Need to Know About Coaching

5-day Intensive
16-week Virtual
5-day In-Person
16-week Virtual

Participate in professional development that clarifies what coaches do and how they can be supported. This workshop provides a deep understanding of how administrators and instructional coaches can collaborate to ensure that coaches have an unmistakably positive impact on teachers’ teaching and students’ learning.

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1-day
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$
395
per individual
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Instructional Coaches, Administrators
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30-day on-demand access
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Watch the trailer

Completed by more than 10,000 coaching teams

Completed by 10k+ dedicated coaches

Upcoming Institutes

Virtual

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May

6

August 19, 2024

May 2024

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10:00 am
-
1:30 pm
CST
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via Zoom
May 6, 2024
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May

6

August 19, 2024

May 06, 2024 - Aug 19, 2024

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Mondays,
10:00 am
-
1:30 pm
CST
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via Zoom
May 6, 2024
May 2024
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August

26

December 16, 2024

August 2024

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10:00 am
-
1:30 pm
CST
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via Zoom
August 26, 2024
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August

26

December 16, 2024

Aug 26, 2024 - Dec 16, 2024

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Mondays,
10:00 am
-
1:30 pm
CST
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via Zoom
August 26, 2024
August 2024

In-Person

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July

15

July 19, 2024

July 2024

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8:30 am
-
4:00 pm
CST
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Lawrence, Kansas
July 15, 2024
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July

15

July 19, 2024

Jul 15, 2024 - Jul 19, 2024

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8:30 am
-
4:00 pm
CST
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Lawrence, Kansas
July 15, 2024
July 2024
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October

7

October 11, 2024

October 2024

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8:30 am
-
4:00 pm
CST
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Lawrence, Kansas
October 7, 2024
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October

7

October 11, 2024

Oct 07, 2024 - Oct 11, 2024

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8:30 am
-
4:00 pm
CST
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Lawrence, Kansas
October 7, 2024
October 2024

International

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November

20

November 24, 2024

November 2024

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8:30 am
-
3:30 pm
CST
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Singapore
November 20, 2024
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November

20

November 24, 2024

Nov 20, 2024 - Nov 24, 2024

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8:30 am
-
3:30 pm
Local Time
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Singapore
November 20, 2024
November 2024

Resources Provided

  • The Definitive Guide to Instructional Coaching (Knight 2021)
  • Evaluating Instructional Coaching (2021)
  • The Instructional Playbook (Knight 2019) book bundle
  • The Impact Cycle (Knight 2017) book bundle
  • Better Conversations (Knight 2015) book bundle
  • High-Impact Instruction (Knight 2012)
  • Accompanying workbooks

Watch recordings for 30 days

For individuals with schedule conflicts or who live in different time zones, these virtual sessions are recorded and available to watch on-demand for 30 days after each session.

Exclusive access to the Monthly IC Meetup with Jim and Jessica

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Upon completion of the institute, participants are invited to join Jim and Jessica at the Monthly IC Meetup: A regular virtual gathering of district leaders, coaching champions, and coaches who are actively seeking to create or improve their coaching program.

One course. 20 years of research.

One course. 20 years of research.

Led by Dr. Jim Knight and Jessica Wise
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Dr. Jim Knight
Founding Partner
One course. 20 years of research.

Dr. Jim Knight

Jim Knight, Founder and Senior Partner of Instructional Coaching Group (ICG), is also a research associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has spent more than two decades studying professional learning and instructional coaching. Jim earned his PhD in Education from the University of Kansas and has won several university teaching, innovation, and service awards. The pioneering work Jim and his colleagues have conducted has led to many innovations that are now central to professional development in schools.

Profile photo of Jessica Wise
Dr. Jessica Wise
Consultant
One course. 20 years of research.

Dr. Jessica Wise

Jessica began her educational career in Gwinnett County, Georgia, as an elementary school teacher. After seven years of teaching fourth grade, she transitioned into the role of an intervention teacher and instructional coach, where she found her true passion in education. Becoming a school-based instructional coach opened new possibilities for how to support education. After serving her school for two years as a coach, she joined the Curriculum & Instruction department where she served as a Literacy Instructional Specialist, and then a Leadership & Staff Development Instructional Coach. Jessica’s true passion exists in the learning spaces where adults can explore instructional coaching and facilitation that prioritizes people and energizes educators. Jessica received her doctoral degree in School Improvement from the University of West Georgia where her focus was facilitation of adult learning.

Topics Covered

Everything you’ll learn at the 5-day Intensive Instructional Coaching Institute in Lawrence, Kansas

The Impact Cycle

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Takeaways include:

  • Getting a Clear Picture of Reality: video, interviews, student work, observations
  • Introducing video to your school
  • Using the “Identify Questions”
  • PEERS Goals
  • Identifying teaching strategies
  • The power of checklists
  • 6 ways to model teaching strategies
  • The “Improve Questions”
  • Book References: Focus on Teaching and The Impact Cycle

The Partnership Principles

The Impact Cycle

Better Conversations

Coaching for Engagement

Coaching for Achievement

The Instructional Playbook

System Support

Better Leaders

Better Conversations

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Coaching for Engagement

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Coaching for Achievement

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Evaluating Instructional Coaching

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System Support

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Teams of 10 or more receive 15% discount on post-Institute coaching support.

Institute Details

Venue Information

Maceli's

1031 New Hampshire Street
Lawrence, KS 66044

View the Maceli's website here

Graduate Credit

Attendees of The Intensive Instructional Coaching Institute are eligible for 3 graduate credits through University of the Pacific.

Learn more here

Hotels & Accommodations

There are several options for accommodations at the in-person Institute in Lawrence, Kansas:

Towneplace Suites (2 blocks from Institute venue)
(785) 842-8800
900 New Hampshire St, Lawrence, KS 66044

The Oread (6 blocks from Institute venue)
(785) 843-1200
1200 Oread Ave, Lawrence, KS 66044

There are also some nice Airbnb options in town that your group may want to consider when searching for accommodations.

Cancellation Policy

10 or more days prior to the event – full refund
Less than 10 days prior to the event – no refund

Note: Your registration may be transferred to someone else, or transferred to a future Institute (in-person or virtual), at any time with no penalty attached.

Contact Us

On-Demand Access

For individuals with schedule conflicts or who live in different time zones, these virtual sessions are recorded and available for registrants to watch on-demand for 30 days.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many participants are in each cohort?

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How will I access the virtual institute?

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If you don’t see the answer to your question here, please contact us at hello@instructionalcoaching.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many participants are in each cohort?

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How will I access the virtual institute?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I take the workshop with my team?

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