Instructional Coach

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The role of the instructional coach

    • Develop positive and supportive relationships with classroom teachers, administrators, and staff.
    • Help classroom teachers address learning challenges in individual classrooms through modeling, co-teaching, providing feedback, and facilitating grade-level or department teams.
    • Increase collaboration through quarterly meetings with coaching coordinator and principal to monitor the progress of the coaching plan and modify it as necessary.
    • Monitor and evaluate assessment data to determine improvements in instructional practice and student achievement.
    • Support classroom teachers in long- and short-range planning (co-planning) for increased student achievement.
    • Develop each teacher’s capacity to serve as a model of high-quality instruction.
    • Provide training to increase high-quality classroom instruction and appropriate use of support staff (e.g. training paraprofessionals, pre-AP support, RTI, etc.).
    • Fulfill identified responsibilities of teacher induction program, while building capacity of a team to support new teachers.
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