Table of contents for Instructional coaching : a partnership approach to improving instruction / Jim Knight.

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 Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
1. Why Coaching?
2. What Does Coaching Look Like?
3. What is the Partnership Philosophy?
4. Partnership Communication: Creating Learning Conversations
5. Getting Teachers on Board and Finding a Starting Point
6. Modeling, Observing, and Collaboratively Exploring Data
7. Focusing on the Big Four: Behavior Content Knowledge, Direct Instruction, and Formative Assessment
8. How Coaches Can Spread Knowledge
9. Coaches as Leaders of Change
Resource: Instructional Coaches Toolkit
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teachers -- In-service training -- United States.
Teacher effectiveness -- United States.