Giving Quality Feedback

Choosing a Feedback Focus Area

 

For many instructional coaches, identifying areas of growth isn't a problem. That's because teaching is difficult and complex!

But getting a long list of quick fixes all at once can be overwhelming for a teacher, and not much is going to stick. That's why we think an instructional coach should identify one (1!) high-leverage focus area per observation and feedback cycle.

This mini is about how to choose where to start, and how to roll-out a teacher's Big Takeaway in a coaching meeting.

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Additional Resources

“Coaching Teachers: Promoting Changes That Stick” MOOC

This free, open-enrollment Coursera class helps instructional coaches and school leaders practice strategies for coaching teachers to make meaningful, long-lasting improvements in their instruction.

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Preparing a Coaching Agenda

Got your Big Takeaway? Boom! Click here to learn about how to run the coaching meeting where you'll roll it out.

Giving Precise Praise

They did it! They mastered their Big Takeaway! Watch Precise Praise to learn how to deliver strategic positive feedback.