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Directors' Webinar: Program Measure 3 Coaching and Professional Development Online Tools (Dec. 6, 2012) Patricia Hershfeldt, High School Coaching Supervisor, Maryland PBIS, will described and demonstrated their projects’ online coaching tracking tool. Cyndi Boezio and Dan Jorgensen, of the Colorado SPDG showcased how they are using SharePoint to track professional development and follow-up activities. SESSION RECORDING

Resources:

Colorado SPDG SharePoint Event Tracking Tool (PPT. 12/2012, D. Jorgensen, C. Boezio)

Data Collection for Coaches - Maryland PBIS Coaching Visit Log (PPT, 12/2012, S. Barrett, P. Hershfeldt)

Using the URL and Guest Login info and  listed below you can view Maryland's PBIS Coaching Visit Log 
URL: https://secure.mds3online.org.
Username:: demo
Password: demo

Guidance / Policy

Program Measure 1 Evidence-based Professional Development: Coaching (SPDG Directors' Webinar PPT, October 2012) Dr. Jennifer Coffey provided guidance and shared Coaching resources and tools.SESSION RECORDING

Utah Developing and Supporting a Cadre of Coaches (Systems & Instructional) (PDF, 7/2012, Developed by Utah) Most SEAs and LEAs understand the value of evidence-based professional development, which includes effective coaching systems.  However, establishing infrastructures (funding sources, training, policies, etc.) designed to support such systems appears to be a challenge. Some LEAs have been much more successful than others at implementing these systems. This document was developed as a SWOT analysis of Utah PDC on who can help facilitate implementation of MTSS in LEAS.

Wyoming Role of Principal and Coach (DOC, 3/2012)

Measures/Tools

Coaching for Competence and Impact: Coaching Targets Individual/Instructional Coaching.
(Docx, 2013, Draft, Duda, M.)

Implementation Drivers – Best Practices for Coaching (PDF, 2013, Docx). The Implementation Drivers are reviewed here in terms of ‘best practices’ to improve and achieve competence and confidence of the  persons designated to coach those who will be involved in implementing the new way of work and the schools, districts, and TA efforts that host and support new evidence-based classroom and school-wide interventions. The focus of this Best Practices Template is on Coaches who develop competency of teachers and other school staff – coaching for competence.

Systems Coaching: Coaching For Competence and Impact Coaching Service Delivery Plan Template. (2013, Docx, SISEP, Duda, M.)  The purpose of this document is to help your Implementation Team develop a coaching service delivery plan that is linked to knowledge, skill, and abilities “implementers” need to be successful.

Kucharczyk, S., Shaw. E., Smith Myles, B., Sullivan, L., Szidon, K., & Tuchman-Ginsberg, L. (2012). Guidance & coaching on evidence-based practices for learners with autism spectrum disorders. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina, Frank  Porter Graham Child Development Institute, National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Practice Profile Template (DOC, posted 9/2012).   Adapted from www,pbssurveys.org. Outcomes for this Practice: Meet criteria on fidelity measures (e.g., Team Implementation Checklist, Self-Assessment Survey, Schoolwide Evaluation Tool).

PBIS Problem-Solving Action Planning Form (DOC, Posted 9/2012). Adapted from Todd, A.W., Horner, R.H., Newton, J.S., Algozzine, R.F., Algozzine, K.M., Frank, J.L. (2011). Effects of team-initiated problem-solving on decision making by schoolwide behavior support teams. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 27(1), 42-59. 

Snapshots: Leadership Team Benchmarks of Quality 1-3) (Created by S. Barrett, PBIS Maryland)

Snapshot: Faculty/Staff Commitment Benchmarks of Quality 4-6 (DOC, 9/2012, Created by S. Barrett, PBIS Maryland)

Snapshot: Develop Expectations and Rules Benchmarks of Quality: 17-21 (DOC, 9/2012, Created by S. Barrett, PBIS Maryland)

Snapshot: Establish Reward or Recognition Program Benchmarks of Quality: 22-28 (DOC, 9/2012, Created by S. Barrett, PBIS Maryland)

Snapshot: Effective Procedures for Dealing with Discipline Benchmarks of Quality: 7-12(DOC, 9/2012, Created by S. Barrett, PBIS Maryland)

Snapshot: Data Entry and Analysis Benchmarks of Quality 13-16 (DOC, 9/2012, Created by S. Barrett, PBIS Maryland)

Resource Mapping: A toolkit for education communities (PDF). This was a tool that was shared during a 2012 Scaling Up Discussion focused on coaching implementation supports. This resource developed by Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and Early Ongoing Collaboration and Assistance (EOCA) resource provides schools with a process by which school teams can identify existing and potential resources within their education community and facilitate student access to them.

Georgia Coaching Resource Packet (PDF, 10/2012). This resouce packet includes a variety of tools including a  coaching log, classroom assessments, and team agendas.

MiBLSi coaching / Implementation Support Website Resources

Oregon – EBISS Systems Coach Scope and Sequence [DOC]  Brief overview of qualifications, responsibilities, scope of training and district expectations.

Utah Running Start Coaching Checklist. First 30 Days Checklist (PDF, posted 7/2012)

Utah – Coaching Observation Form (PDF, posted 7/2012)

Developing and Supporting a Cadre of Coaches (Systems & Instructional) (PDF, 7/2012, Developed by Utah) Most SEAs and LEAs understand the value of evidence-based professional development, which includes effective coaching systems.  However, establishing infrastructures (funding sources, training, policies, etc.) designed to support such systems appears to be a challenge. Some LEAs have been much more successful than others at implementing these systems. This document was developed as a SWOT analysis of Utah PDC on who can help facilitate implementation of MTSS in LEAS.

PBIS Coach & Trainer resources

The School Improvement Coach Web Site. This site includes a coaching manual and training modules

Papers/Publications

Annotated Bibliography of Recent Reserch Related to Coaching, SISEP (docx) posted 9-12-2016.

Coaching for Impact: Six Pillars to Create Coaching Roles That Achieve Their Potential to Improve Teaching and Learning outlines six pillars essential to creating meaningful coaching roles and calls on the nation’s education leaders to make a renewed commitment to coaching teachers that meets high expectations for quality. Download this free report from Learning Forward, the University of Florida Lastinger Center, and Public Impact.

Increasing the Effectiveness of Literacy Coaches. Ramona Chauvin, PhD, and Kathleen Theodore, MA. SEDL insights. Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall 2013. Literacy coaches provide teachers from all content areas with the support and professional development they need to deliver high-quality literacy instruction to all students. This issue of SEDL Insights examines how education leaders can help literacy coaches have the greatest impact at their schools.

 

Presentations
Directors' Webinar: Program Measure 3 Coaching and Professional Development Online Tools (Dec. 6, 2012) Patricia Hershfeldt, High School Coaching Supervisor, Maryland PBIS, will described and demonstrated their projects’ online coaching tracking tool. Cyndi Boezio and Dan Jorgensen, of the Colorado SPDG showcased how they are using SharePoint to track professional development and follow-up activities. SESSION RECORDING

Colorado SPDG SharePoint Event Tracking Tool (PPT. 12/2012, D. Jorgensen, C. Boezio)

Colorado Department of Education SPDG Data Tracking Form: SharePoint Log-In and Data Entry (Screenshots, Doc, 12/2012)

Data Collection for Coaches - Maryland PBIS Coaching Visit Log (PPT, 12/2012, S. Barrett, P. Hershfeldt)

Using the URL and Guest Login info and  listed below you can view Maryland's PBIS Coaching Visit Log 
URL: https://secure.mds3online.org.
Username:: demo
Password: demo

Coaching PLC: Skill Up to Scale Up (PPT, L. Oswald, J. Rigby, G. Van Dyke) Lowell Oswald, Glenn Van Dyke and Jeri Rigby, presented on the Utah Running Start (new teachers) Coaching Network initiatives. They descrbed the instructional elements of their model, shared data/outcomes, effective infrastructure supports, and tools used to assist them with implementation. SESSION RECORDING

Related Resources

Utah Coaching Network (YouTube Video) 

Program Measure 1 Evidence-based Professional Development: Coaching (SPDG Directors' Webinar PPT, October 2012) Dr. Jennifer Coffey provided guidance and shared Coaching resources and tools.SESSION RECORDING

Georgia Induction of Beginning Special Education Teachers Pilot (PPT, Personnel Improvement Center Webinar, October 10, 2012). This webinar highlights the excellent work that has been done by the Georgia DOE in developing, implementing and evaluating a special education-specific new teacher mentoring/coaching pilot program in three local districts. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to hear how one state is making a difference for their students with disabilities by investing in new teacher coaching. View the webinar here.  Georgia Coaching Resource Packet (includescoaching activities, coaching log, assessments, team agendas, etc.)

Systems Level Coaching (PPT, SPDG Coaching PLC Webinar, September 2012) Dr. Susan Barrett presents information on systems level coaching - how to be innovators for ‘whatever’ you are trying to nurture or change in teaching staff through a coaching model. Lessons learned, types of coaching, features and tools to enhance skills and competencies for coaches.SESSION RECORDING.  Tools and publications referenced during Dr. Barrett's presentation are listed above.

Supporting the Alabama Adolescent Literacy Project (ALP) through Online Instructional Coaching and Consultation (PPT, Coaching PLC Webinar March 2012). For this webinar the Alabama SPDG team and Dr. Marcie Rock will describe how they have standardized elements of coaching across their different initiatives, zeroed in on the core components of coaching and consultation, and determined appropriate uses of technology for their provision of coaching and consultation, including Bug-in-Ear technology (BIE). This presentation may be helpful for your work related to Program Measure 1 (evidence-based professional development) and Program Measure 2 (improving implementation fidelity). SESSION RECORDING

Systems Coaching

Scale Up Discussion on Coaching Implementation Supports in Rural Areas (Scale Up PLC, June 2012). Steve Goodman and Jerry Zielinski presented a challenge Michigan is experiencing in addressing implementation supports (e.g., coaching, training and technical expertise)  in rural districts with limited resources. Using the consultancy protocol the group assisted Michigan in thinking through this challenge to gain clarity and share ideas for addressing the problem. (Note: the resource mapping tool shared on the call is found above under tools/measures.)