Coaching Resources

 
 

The E4 Approach Guiding Questions

The E4 Approach Guiding Questions are meant to support and assist each other in becoming the very best teachers. These Questions could be used as a way to observe our peers; offering suggestions when teaching a new lesson or giving ideas on increasing student engagement.  Think of The E4 Approach Guiding Questions as an opportunity for emphasis, examination and ultimately, excitement for professional growth.

E4 Approach Guiding Questions Form


How to F.R.A.M.E. the First Ten Minutes of Your Class

As educators, we spend time lesson planning, creating the best opportunities for learning for our students.  But, those first 10 minutes of class - building relationships and creating the engagement and motivation for the lesson is as critical.  Let me show you how to Focus, Reach, Achieve, Model and Encourage the First 10 Minutes of Your Class.  Let me show you how to F.R.A.M.E.!

Check out TEACH Magazine's article on #MADPD  http://www.teachmag.com/latest-issue


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Coach's Feedback form

This form helps the Coach in determining if the objectives of the relationship, the creation of the work and the implemention of the lesson were met.  

Coaches Feedback Form


student feedback form

This brief student self-reflection assists the teacher in determining if the student understood the lesson and can transfer the skills taught within the lesson.  In addition, page two asks the student  to focus on the three literacy skills used and if they were helpful in comprehension.

Student Feedback Form

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Collaboration conference log

Use this form during your next Parent Teacher conference or during any conversation between you and a student.  In this way, all involved know their roles and next steps in future student success.

Collaboration Conference Log