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Episode 10: Our Coaching Journeys

In today’s episode, it’s just me and Clint because we are super excited about some new developments with this coachbetter series and we wanted to share a little bit of our coaching experience with you.

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Episode 9: We’re All on the Same Team: A Teacher’s Perspective with Reid Wilson

This week I talk to Reid Wilson, Year 5 Homeroom teacher at NIST International School in Bangkok, Thailand. Reid shares his experience as a classroom teacher working with a wide variety of coaches, both at NIST and in his previous schools. Reid shares his perspective on how coaches are experts at giving their teachers “permission for potential”, as well as specific feedback on what can make the coaching experience even more invaluable for teachers. For coaches wondering how best to work with the innovative and risk taking teachers on their staff, this conversation has a wealth of feedback and practical strategies!

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What do you think coaches do?

To help people reach their maximum potential or capacity. To help you become your best self, not only as an educator, but as a colleague, thinker or reflector.

How do you work with the coaches at your school?

Teacher initiated: online booking, passing in the hall, or sending an email. Support teachers in reaching goals we set for ourselves as teachers. They have skilled ways of asking questions that challenge my assumptions and illicit some areas where I don’t know what I don’t know.
Work with us in planning meetings, listen and then step in with a question that makes us pause. Great at listening and synthesizing. On a personal level, they’re always people who give permission for potential. “What do you need from me?”

What are some good opportunities for coaches to work with you?

Before planning a unit coming with some ideas, and asking “are there any of these that might work for you”.
Knowing how far or how often to nudge. Approaching a coach is an act of humility, this is exposing a vulnerability.

What do you do when you don’t have the opportunity to work with a coach?

Struggle through something on my own. Benefit of having a coach is efficiency.

What are the essential elements for coaching success in a school? What’s needed to build a coaching culture?

Admin, related to staffing:
Such a powerful statement to bring in people to help us grow as a school. Permission to change, to try, to fail.
Teachers: open mindedness. Culture of vulnerability and trust. People need to feel like coaches are not evaluating and judging them. Drive: motivation from the individual that makes them want to change and become their best. Growth mindset.

Where do coaches / does coaching fail? And what can we do about it?

When coaching is so invitational, it’s can be hard for many people to be so vulnerable. To choose a challenge consciously and intentionally, to break down mental constructs.
You don’t know what you don’t know, so teachers might not even know enough to even ask questions. If the coaching model is only predicated on waiting / passive, it’s possible to slow down evolution in an educational sense.
Co-teaching is a good avenue to solve this problem. Recognizing when teachers need new tools or new ways of teaching to fill in what they don’t know.

What makes a coach invaluable to you?

Someone who balances the “I got your back, I’m here to support you” but also guides you, support with wisdom.
There’s a need for efficiency. Without getting actionable goals from a conversation, teachers might think it’s not worth my time.

What was your “aha” moment that shifted your perspective from not caring about coaching to being on board?

Would never want to work at a school without coaches. Collections of smaller “aha” moments, sometimes it’s hard to recognize them in the moment, only after looking back over time. It’s the gradual conversations, the subtle coaching that’s going on.

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Episode 8: Going Deeper With Coaches Featuring: Jess Keummerlin

In this episode we chat with Jess Keummerlin, Innovative Learning Coach at Shekou International School. Jess highlights the importance of empathy in building strong coaching relationships with members of his school community and shares some tips from his coaching tool kit to be visible, effective and understood as a coach.

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Building Rapport in your teaching community, what are your routines (walking the hall, eating lunch in the staff room). “The Coaching Bank” – how do you make connections with colleagues on a professional level, not just a personal one? 
Tweet deck → then talk with teacher (LIC Walk; 1 hour a day). 
Empathetic with teachers; Help teachers understand the path to their objectives, acceleration. 

Building a Culture of Coaching: Where/How do you start?

Being an advocate for the importance of your role;
Improving humans; human nature surrounding relationships;
Empowering teachers based on power of relationships #1 thing is relationships;
Staying motivated as a coach when you’re “the only one” who cares about tech rich learning;
Competing with myself, not with others; not comparing against social media versions of other schools;

The challenge of being “understood” as a coach – teachers don’t know what you do / think you just have free time
Transparency; public calendars, sharing what he’s doing MBWA: be visible;
Power of the connector; classroom to classroom, division to division;

The many hats of coaching: coach, consultant, co-teacher, etc;
Innovation expert: practices and tools;
Leadership Pedagogical practice. 
Emotional intelligence.
Coplanning: pyp planning; MSHS ad hoc and planned; what are your needs what do you want to focus.

What does data look like from coaching? What are you using to help motivate teachers to make improvements/changes?

Assessing tech & tech integration, how do you give it value (teacher evaluation, teacher growth): “More Than Ticking the Box”. 
Comparing results from year to year;

What are ways that you make yourself invaluable as a coach? What are the things that teachers love that you do?

Empowering others; finding teacher superpowers and how they can level up others;
Macro/micro balance: help others to see the big picture.

Where do coaches fail? And what can we do about it?

Coaching can be thankless; can’t get stuck in that mindset.
Empathy is key.

Tips for getting started as a coach in a new school?

Want to become a coach: don’t wait!
Contribute and get involved;
Transitioning coach: come in and learn why things are done the way they are;

What’s one resource you would recommend and why was it impactful for your practice? What’s one resource that makes you a better coach

Invested into your own personal development;

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Episode 7: We’re All on the Same Team: A School Leader’s Perspective with Rebekah Madrid

This week we’re chatting with Rebekah Madrid, Middle School Principal at Yokohama International School in Japan. Rebekah shares her perspective about coaching as a school leader, along with insights about making coaching work in a mid-sized school, as well as some very specific, strategic and smart ways for coaches to make themselves invaluable to any organization. Rebekah, Clint and I all worked together at YIS for several years, so this was a fantastic opportunity to get an inside look at how the school has developed in terms of coaching over the past few years.

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What do you think coaches do?

Coaches have a varied role, goal is to figure out how to support teachers best: change agent, cheerleaders, support, teachers know what students need.
Leaders job to figure out where we need change and coaches job to figure out how to make that happen.
Having a coach allows the senior leaders to have impact in a positive way, without the evaluation.

How do you work with the coaches at your school?

Coach for the coaches;
Set up strategies for what works at YIS Strategic planning – coaches lead aspects where they are experts – supporting Action Groups;
Cheerleading, knowing when things are happening. 

What are some good opportunities for coaches to work with you?

Important to remember that coaches need to push up – have to advocate for their positions / beliefs in what will improve student learning.
Can’t wait for leadership – send that calendar invite! Be the voice in the room.
Know what’s important to your school – you’re not going to change the big things (change curriculum, for example), if you know what learning looks like, you know what to advocate for & what learning leaders are looking for.
Dispositions can be more important.
Coaches need to think of themselves as leaders – develop not just coaching strategies, but also leadership, being a middle leader is awkward, the more strategies you have, the more confident you’ll be.

What do you do when you don’t have the opportunity to work with a coach?

Rely on Team Leaders (HODs), develop coaching strategies with them, official coaches can help train up middle leaders with coaching strategies – this relationship is important to improve student learning (coaches learn from leaders leadership strategies, and vice versa).

What are the essential elements for coaching success in a school?

Scaling a coaching model.
Vision: all coaches to have commonalities between how they coach and how they use time. Coaches have real power in co-planning – that’s a lot of meetings for teachers to have with all of the coaches.
Streamline / systemize conversations for teachers. Teachers are becoming more and more open to co-teaching.
Document evidence and data from student learning is a big one for coaches that she wants to see more from.

 

Where do coaches / does coaching fail? And what can we do about it?

When a person doesn’t have hustle and really good relationships with people and doesn’t know the kids.
They need to know their stuff and have thick skin.
Schedule the time to go into classrooms. 
Ask for help when necessary.

What makes a coach invaluable to you?

Someone who will brainstorm ideas, when a coach makes their own connections – just ask for forgiveness rather than asking for permission, use your time wisely, make a change and ask for help when needed.
Helps when coaches are excited by learning, people need to be excited about working with coaches.
Enthusiasm to talk about learning.

 

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Episode 6: We’re All on the Same Team: A Librarians Perspective with Philip Williams

This week we’re chatting with Philip Williams, Head Librarian at NIST International School in Bangkok, Thailand. As a librarian at NIST, Philip is part of the coaching team, so this episode in particular highlights the overlaps of how a modern librarian fits into a culture of coaching at a school. Philip shares lots of great examples of how, even in schools without a coaching team, a librarian can be a stepping stone into building that coaching culture – with librarians as an information literacy coach.

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What do you think coaches do?

First thing that coaches do is listen. A collaborative and collegial role, working alongside staff and students, and respond to the need they bring along. Important to have an aim and objective focused around learning with a point where you can wrap it up.

How do you work with the coaches at your school?

Formal: planning meetings with teams, planning meetings with coaches

Informal: mobile as possible Librarian is like the original coach: just in time learning for research and reading. Curation, reflection and communication are now the key transferable skills that librarians are working with.

What are some good opportunities for coaches to work with you?

Consistency among coaches and library allow the librarians to demonstrate those messages in the library as well. Library is “designed for discovery” the way coaching is invitational.

What do you do when you don’t have the opportunity to work with a coach?

Connect within your community as broadly and as vertically as possible. Important to build relationships with administration at multiple levels. People need to have faith that the library will make a difference.

What are the essential elements for coaching success in a school?

What’s needed to build a coaching culture?

As coaches, we need to be responsive to the needs of where students and teachers are. Have a deep knowledge of our own skill set. What are we bringing to the environment that is unique, to be able to inject ideas and resources. Fostering and learning and continuing your own PD. A cohesive pedagogical integrity, a shared philosophy of learning. The thing that’s unique to the coaches role, is that they have flexibility in their schedule to support the organization.

Where do coaches / does coaching fail? And what can we do about it?

You can’t get it right all the time. You’re going to make people unhappy at some times. It’s hard not to be caught up in sensitivities to that. Just have to work hard and be visible, take an active role in your community – it’s not going to fall into your lap. Ask yourself: how is the work I’m doing visible to my community? What is the impact it has? Sometimes coaches are so flexible and adaptable that they don’t have an answer to the question: “what do you do?” – in being so flexible there’s no definition. Be as decisive as possible, when appropriate, so people have frameworks to pin their understandings on.

What makes a coach invaluable to you?

Connection: Because they’re so mobile throughout the community, they hear and see things that I can’t see. They can then make connections between their work as coaches and my work as a librarian, allowing Philip to close that loop and take the opportunity to support student (or parent, or teacher) learning.

What was your “aha” moment that shifted your perspective from not caring about coaching to being on board?

Wrestling with the idea of what a coach is, at NIST, has been an “aha” moment. Such a natural fit in with the DNA of what a librarian is there for, it’s not a stretch.

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Episode 5: Exploring & Understanding Different Coaching Models

Show Notes

Coaching Models:
Diana, Kerri-Lee, Tim: Needs based coaching, respond to needs of teachers, staff, students.
Ben: Team-level coaching, purposefully divorced name from technology – focus on innovation
Maggie: Cognitive Coaching, Peer-Led

Needs Based:
Advantage: can be tailored to needs, in a small team (of one) you have to find your people within the teaching staff
Challenge: need to adjust adapt, react to lots of things, coaches often working alone

Similar characteristics of all models: 
Invitational. 
Not there as punishment.
Models are shaped by the needs and structures of the school. 
Roles have to change and evolve as personnel in the school change – especially in smaller schools. 
School culture and readiness has a lot to play in the type of coaching you can do – depends on the community experience with coaching. 
Needs an open trusting culture so that coaches can be effective in their jobs. 
You have priorities whether you name them or not.
If you want to grow, you better name them, and prioritize them – The Culture Code.
Every time you get up in front of staff, you’re building the story of coaching culture.
Essential to work closely with admin, needs to have a consistent message coming across, and it will be difficult to make progress.

How do you show your value?
If they’re improving reading scores, kids can take a test. This is a culture issue, it’s asking people to develop a growth mindset – so measuring impact is a challenge. At UWC KL developed a Google Form which tracked a bunch of things including hope many interactions she had during the day; tracked what types of questions/conversations she had, as well as just the number of interactions. If that positions goes, with whom are they going to have those interactions with?

Tim: pushback to having coaches because coaches don’t have students, they don’t “put butts in seats”. Used a google form to track data. Tracked divisions he worked with, so was able to show that ele and middle were being under served based on what the HS was getting. How are we going to make this more equitable. This data showed that there needs to be another “time”, and was able to show that he needs to be physically in the es one day a week. 

Diana: currently using calendar to track this, still struggling with this idea though – would like to talk about this longer 

Ben: tell admin to go talk to teachers, gather feedback from teachers, and give me that feedback.

Maggie: data is really important, survey at the end of first and second year of coaching to ask people how the tech coaches have helped them (in planning lessons in reflecting on lessons, providing new tech tools). Collect data on student learning and student artifacts, how has the tech use of the students changed over time. Is there a causal fact / correlation that impacted the way students were using tech?

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Episode 4: We’re All on the Same Team: A School Leader’s Perspective with Christina Botbyl

Show Notes

This week we’re chatting with Christina Botbyl, Director of Curriculum at the American International School of Kuwait. Christina offers us her perspective as a school administrator and shares some of the successful strategies to a build a culture of coaching at AIS Kuwait as well as how instructional coaching supports student learning through teacher development and growth. This was a really deep and thoughtful conversation about coaching with a school leader who is as passionate about coaching as we are! Please note, Clint joins us part way through this episode, so you’re stuck with just me for the first half!

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Episode 3: Going Deeper with Coaches: Tanya LeClair

Show Notes

In this episode we chat with Tanya LeClair, Elementary Innovation Coach at the American International School of Guongzhou. Tanya talks about the importance of being a great collaborator in her role as a coach and shares her insight on advocating for teachers and building a coaching culture with her admin.

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Episode 2: Getting Started in a New School as an Experienced Coach

Show Notes

Another conversation with our awesome panel of coaching experts.
Today’s topics: Back to school as a coach, how do you support your staff?

Featured Guest(s)

Diana Beabout

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Episode 1: Starting a New School Year

Show Notes

Another conversation with our awesome panel of coaching experts.
Today’s topics: Back to school as a coach, how do you support your staff?

Featured Guests

Pana Asasavatana: https://twitter.com/panaasavavatana

Keri Lee Beasley: https://twitter.com/klbeasley

Tim Bray: https://twitter.com/tsbray

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Snaps (Original RumbleStep Mix)” by Analog By Nature. 2014 – Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)