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New Studies show Connection between Teacher Coaching
By Mari Salazar
October 27, 2016 Education
University of Florida’s Lastinger Center for Learning brought about research encouraging school districts nationwide to take on teacher coaching in promoting student success within the classroom. UF can give training to seven school districts and thirty?Early Learning coalitions, and coaches-in-training can tailor the program thus to their school’s needs.
Alyson Adams, a UF education professor, said the teachers realize where they have to grow, which empowers all of them a voice plus a choice?into their work.
“What coaching does is profit the teachers to check out data, to check out evidence their classroom of your impact their instruction is having,” said Dorene Ross, Lastinger Center development specialist.
At years end, the coaches submit a movie showing progress to earn their UF certification.?This coaching approach would have been a portion of the latest publication, Coaching for Impact, that has been announced Friday in a national conference in Indianapolis.