January 5, 2021

Webinar: How to Create a Coaching Program That Works

Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting a live webinar with two outstanding and well-known education leaders, Pam Moran and Becky Ellis.

Our webinar discussion was a follow-up to the information and research they wrote about in the new ebook, How To Create A Coaching Program That Works. If you haven’t downloaded it already, I highly recommend you read it whether you’re happy with your instructional coaching program, think it needs improvement, or are just getting started with your plan to create one.

You can download it here:

As a longtime superintendent and instructional coach, respectively, Pam and Becky have done the hard work to build instructional coaching programs that:

  • Build a culture of trust
  • Support new teachers
  • Develop more experienced teachers
  • Improve retention
  • Impact student achievement (and more)

Simply put, they’ve walked in your shoes and found that instructional coaching programs that are intentionally designed can develop teachers and, as a result, positively impact student learning.

Watch the entire webinar below.  Enjoy!  

Did you enjoy the webinar? Download the popular e-book it was based off of below:


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