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Contents Foreword by Thomas Sobol Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: Coaching as a Professional Practice How Is School Coaching Defined? The ISA Principles and ISA Coaches Coaching as a Professional Practice What Are the Habits of Coaching? Why Focus on One Coach and One School? Who Are the Audiences for the Book? How Is the Book Organized? How Was the Book Made? 2. The Development of Coaching over Time The School New Partnerships The Coach Stage 1-Initiating Coaching Stage 2-Building Structures and Developing Habits Stage 3-Addressing Quality and Responsiveness 3. How Does the Coach Organize Her Time? Weekly Routines in and out of School (Suzy) Deciding How to Spend My Time (Suzy) With Whom and Doing What? 4. Planning for Instruction Planning "Our Water" Project (Alexis) Bringing in the Books (Jennie) Teaching Writing Transformed (Joe) 5. Complementary Strategies Observing Classrooms Providing Resources Checking In Making Connections, Sharing Strengths 6. Expanding Professional Community What's in a Look? Intellectually Engaged Protocols in Professional Community "Too Much Stuffing" (Alexis) 7. Growing Leadership Becoming the Conduit for Communication Planning (Of Course!) When Can We Meet? What's the Agenda? Mini Case Study: Preparing for the ISA Summer Institute Expanding Facilitation and Developing Facilitators Giving It Structure 8. Reflecting on Coaching Turning Inward and Reaching Outward Reflecting Backwards and Forward A Permanent Role for Coaching Afterword by Sylvia Rabiner Appendix: The ISA Model References About the Authors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Assistant school principals -- United States.
High schools -- United States -- Administration -- Case studies.