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Returning SPs: Coaching for Induction I

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Returning SPs: Coaching for Induction I

  1. 1. SAN JOSE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT INSPIRING AND PREPARING ALL STUDENTS TO SUCCEED IN A GLOBAL SOCIETYWelcome toCoaching for InductionReturning SupportProvidersOctober 8 & 9, 2012
  2. 2. Meeting Goals• Focus on Equity & Culturally Responsive Teaching• Further build Support Provider mentoring & listening skills• Consider how to apply mentoring skills to move Participating Teachers from Novice to Expert on the CTP
  3. 3. Constructivist Listening• Focus on the talker• Silence is fine• Respect the dyad
  4. 4. Constructivist ListeningWhat is one significant eventthat happened at school to youtoday?
  5. 5. Learning PartnersBridge partner should be sittingnext to youAll other partners at differenttables
  6. 6. Pygmalion in the classroom
  7. 7. Pygmalion Effect Say something• Offer an opinion• State a new idea• Note a question• pp. 1-4
  8. 8. Pygmalion Effect• What connections have you seen between expectations and student outcomes in your experience?• How might this be relevant to our work as mentors?
  9. 9. Break
  10. 10. Four Stances of a Learning Focused ConversationCalibration Consult Collaborate Coach Mentoring Matters - Copyright 2005 – MiraVia LLC – All rights reserved
  11. 11. Four Stances for Learning Focused Conversations• Read pp. 5-10 on the Four Stances• Highlight important points• Share with your Bear Republicpartner • Share by Heading • New ideas, different ideas
  12. 12. Four Stances for Learning Focused Conversations• Read scenarios (p. 11)• Write statement/question for each stance• Use cues on p. 10 for help
  13. 13. Break
  14. 14. Tool KitSilence• Pause after asking a question• Pause before responding• Pause before asking your next question
  15. 15. Tool Kit Paraphrasing • P. 13 Summarizing & Organizing • Shifting Level of Abstraction• * A new idea• ! I agree with this• ? I wonder about this
  16. 16. Tool Kit Syntactical Substitutions• The  Some• Could  Might• Is  Seems• Why  What
  17. 17. Tool Kit• Positive presuppositions • What is your instructional objective…?• Plural forms • What are your instructional objectives…?• Exploratory language • What are some of the reasons you chose that objective…?
  18. 18. Tool KitDo you have any hands-on material forthis lesson?Can you think of any reasons for thatbehavior?What two things would you change forthat assignment?
  19. 19. Meeting Goals• Focus on Equity & Culturally Responsive Teaching• Further build Support Provider mentoring & listening skills• Consider how to apply mentoring skills to move Participating Teachers from Novice to Expert on the CTP
  20. 20. Closure• Think of two ways you can use the strategies from tonight to empower your Participating Teacher to grow in their craft
  21. 21. Closure• Evaluations• Next Steps: Deepening Understanding/Preparation for Inquiry (see calendar)• Coaching for Induction II: December 11 & 13

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