REGISTER NOW AND SECURE YOUR SPOT FOR THIS EXCEPTIONAL EVENT
You are invited to attend a premier Instructional
Coaching event by the world-renowned Jim Knight Instructional Coaching Group.
Jim Knight’s Instructional Coaching Group has worked with 30,000 instructional coaches over the last 10 years, throughout 50 states and six continents.
This 5-part series is focused on improving teaching to improve learning, and is comprised of simple step-by-step processes that coaches and educators can master.
- January 24: The Complexity of Helping and The Impact Cycle
- January 25: Better Conversations for Better Coaching
- February 20: Video and Data in Instructional Coaching
- February 21: High Impact Instruction for Great Teaching: Instructional Coaching to Increase Student Engagement (Building and Instructional Coaching Playbook
- March 22: Instructional Coaches as Effective Leaders
Jim Knight Ph. D, has spent more than two decades studying professional learning, effective teaching, and instructional coaching. He is a Research Associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning and the President of the Instructional Coaching Group.
Jim’s articles on professional learning, teaching, and instructional coaching have appeared in journals such as “The Journal of Staff Development,” “Principal Leadership,” “The School Administrator,” “Kappan,” and “Educational Leadership.” Read More >
Ann Hoffman, M.Ed. is a Professional Development Leader for the University of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning with more than 30 years of experience. She started her career as both an elementary and middle school teacher. She went on to work at an intermediate agency where she was assigned to 20 teachers each year to consultant, coach, as well as conduct professional development. She has now trained and coached hundreds of professional developers for the University of Kansas, CRL. Read More >
Brentwood Baptist Church
Lifelong Learning Center
Houston, TX 77045
What You’ll Learn:
Understanding how to work with adults (which we refer to as understanding the complexities of helping and the partnership approach)
Understanding the coaching cycle
Understanding high-impact teaching practices
Understanding how to gather data and use video as a part of coaching
Effective communication skills
Effective leadership skills and systems thinking (what principals need to know about coaching)