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Best practices in performing observations and coaching webinar dec 12

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Presented by Lizzy Kloiber from Irving ISD (Irving, TX) and Casey Elliott, CEO of thereNow, this webinar covered how to use video cameras in the classroom for capturing best practice, facilitating …

Presented by Lizzy Kloiber from Irving ISD (Irving, TX) and Casey Elliott, CEO of thereNow, this webinar covered how to use video cameras in the classroom for capturing best practice, facilitating self-reflection, and helping to enhance coaching.

The webinar was held on December 12, 2012. You can view the recording here: http://www.schoolimprovement.com/resources/webinars/best-practices-in-performing-observations-and-coaching-webinar/


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  • 1. December  12,  2012   Best  Practic Performing es  in    Observatio and  Coachin ns     g   eNow Lizzy  Kloibe ther era   Division  Dir ector  of  Sec r   Cam tation   ondary  Scho Irving  ISD   ols   en I m plem Irving,  Texa s    
  • 2. Implementation  0  Buy-­‐in  from  staff  who  participate  and  a  plan  for   implementation.    What  is  your  goal  for  using  the   system?  0  Train  numerous  staff  members  to  use  system  for   coaching:    administrators,  academic  specialist,   department  heads,  academic  leads,  etc.  0  Use  for  coaching,  not  punitive  measures.  0  What  are  you  going  to  do  with  the  results?  0  Set-­‐up,  practice  runs,  and  working  out  the  logistics.  
  • 3. LIVE  COACHING  0  Focus  the  coaching  on  the  coaches  strengths.    This   way  the  coaching  is  valid  and  not  Rilled  with  ‘Rluff’.  0  Practice,  Practice,  Practice  the  live  coaching  with  the   ear  bud  and  mic  before  attempting  it  with  students.  0  This  type  of  coaching  should  be  a  follow-­‐up  to  other   methods  that  have  been  previously  in  place  for  it  to  be   truly  effective.    
  • 4.   OBSERVING    0  Time  stamping  comments.  0  Reviewing  the  session  with  the  teacher  and  using   techniques  to  focus  in  on  strengths  and  weaknesses.     After  that,  devising  a  plan  to  implement  strategies  to   increase  student  engagement  and  rigor.  0  When  a  teacher  watches  themselves  teach  and   address  students,  the  effect  is  immeasurable.    Self-­‐ assessment  is  a  wonderful  tool.  0  Numerous  ways  to  use  recorded  sessions  for  best   practices  PD  vertically,  personally,  departmentally,   and  even  with  students.  
  • 5. THINGS  TO  AVOID  0  Poor  planning  in  implementation  of  the  equipment  0  No  teacher  buy-­‐in  or  support  of  recording  their   teaching  0  Not  enough  staff  know  how  to  operate  the  equipment  0  No  solid  plan  in  place  for  implementation  of  recorded   sessions  0  Using  the  sessions  for  punitive  reasons  0  Being  ‘big  brother’  
  • 6. School  Improvement  Network     and  thereNow   Contact  Us   1-­‐800-­‐572-­‐1153  online@schoolimprovement.com  
  • 7. To register for upcoming webinarsor to find the recordings frompast webinars hosted bySchool Improvement Network,please visit our website:http://www.schoolimprovement.com/resources/webinars/