From the Walk Through to Authentic Coaching
GTS: Guiding Teachers to Success Through
School principals, department chairs, curriculum directors and mentors find the GTS: Guiding Teachers to Success Coaching Analysis an invaluable tool. This simple guide assists supervisors in the process of coaching teachers not evaluating. It is based on the essential elements found in highly effective lesson design for mastering the art and science of teaching. As opposed to just evaluating a teacher's performance as a "sage on the stage" expert, the Coach becomes an Instructional Leader and the "guide on the side." This webinar emphasizes the instructional leader's role in guiding teachers toward their maximum potential and effectiveness in the classroom. It reflects the most recent "brain-based" teaching strategies using the research elements of experts such as Marzano, Pickering and Pollock concerning classroom strategies that work and Howard Gardner's "Nine Intelligences."
In this webinar, you will learn all of the components of what teachers must incorporate into the teaching day that guarantees their students do learn, grow and thrive. The concept is simple...provide professional development for teachers on research-based and proven curricula and strategies that are practical and known to work in the classroom, work with teachers within the classroom to support those concepts and use a coaching tool that reflects those known concepts.
Learn how to support your teachers in implementing the instructional strategies that have been proven to work. When teachers and coaches work side by side in providing what we know are the best practices for students...students do not just learn, they excel.
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If You Don't Know Where You're Going, You'll Probably End Up Somewhere Else: Designing the Ultimate LESSON PLAN for Differentiating your Classroom so that You Actualize John Dewey's Concept that "what is best for the best, should be best for the rest
Roger Taylor has created a unique lesson plan design. Do you struggle to find a clear and easy way to integrate all of the strategies of “what works” in the classroom?
For the first time it is possible to quickly integrate:
1. All eight intelligences of Howard Gardner;
2. the nine essential research principles of Robert Marzano;
3. constructivist hands-on, project-centered learning;
4. higher order academic thinking skills;
5. divergent/creative thinking skills;
6. moral and ethical decision-making skills;
7. school to career connections;
8. literacy skills of reading, reflective writing and public speaking;
9. homelinks for connecting classroom learning with the family;
10. authentic strategies for formative and summative assessment;
11. rubrics for project-based learning;
12. diagnostic, prescriptive assessment for immediate response to intervention (RTI), and
13. standards-based instruction for mastery of local, state and national performance tests.
This lesson plan makes it possible to actualize the concept that every student is above average/talented in at least one dimension of learning. Dr. William Glasser, in his landmark book, “Schools without Failure” challenged educators to find the strength of every learner, teach to their strength and conquer their weaknesses through successful experiences. Success begets success. Taylor’s unique format is the culmination of brain research, learning styles research, and research-based instruction that will guarantee the full potential of each student.
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