The Ayers Institute Coaching Academy - Models and Practices
September 21-228:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (CDT) both daysLipscomb University
TASL Approved: 12 hours professional learning credit.
Content Summary:The Ayers Institute Coaching Academy: Coaching Models and Practices is structured to equip new coaches and build capacity in current coaches through interactive instruction and relevant practice focused on the skills necessary for coaching. Participants will engage in explicit instruction to explore the skills of committed listening, paraphrasing, presuming positivity, and providing reflective feedback, and then practice these skills throughout the sessions. Participants also explore the differences between coaching and evaluation, what virtual coaching looks and sounds like, and how to approach each leadership role with a coach mindset. This academy is useful for new coaches to learn how to engage in coaching, current coaches who want to develop their coaching skills further, and principals wanting to start coaching programs or build capacity in current programs.
Content Delivery:This Instructional Coaching Academy will be conducted in-person and will include instruction, facilitator/participant interaction, small group discussions, and skill practice. Enrollment is limited to ensure the quality of the learning experience for each participant.
** NOTE: Due to the fluid nature of state, local, and organization requirements regarding in-person gatherings, the delivery format for this training is subject to change. If changes occur, we will send updates by e-mail to all registered attendees.
IMPORTANT: 1) Payment by invoice is possible by selecting the "Invoice Me" payment option. 2) Online payments are possible without registering on this website by selecting the "Checkout as Guest" button on the checkout screen.