Michelle Lis | Episode #19
In this episode of the Instructional Coaching Group podcast, Jim Knight sits down with Michelle Lis to discuss how to set up a successful instructional coaching program. Michelle Lis has spent 24 years in education as an elementary teacher, instructional coach at two different schools, central office administrator, and most recently as the district leader for a large instructional coaching program of over 100 instructional coaches. She has facilitated professional development at the school, district, state, and national levels.
This podcast episode provides a sneak peek into Michelle’s upcoming Radical Learners course, Designing and Sustaining Great Instructional Coaching Programs. Michelle shares her insights and experiences from her work as an instructional coach and provides practical tips on how to establish a coaching program that works. She explores topics such as identifying coaching goals, selecting the right coaches, and building a supportive culture for coaching.
To learn more about her course and how to build a successful coaching program in your school and/or district visit Radical Learners.