Coaching for Educator Wellness
A Guide to Supporting New and Experienced Teachers
Acquire evergreen instructional coaching strategies alongside fresh new solutions for guiding new and veteran teachers, addressing teacher self-care, promoting teacher well-being, and more. Learn how to provide a solid foundation of physical, emotional, instructional, and institutional support for educators.
- Review research surrounding best teacher coaching practices.
- Explore strategies for differentiating coaching practices for teachers at every stage of their career.
- Study the four types of support, and learn how to match support to meet each teacher’s needs during different phases of the school year.
- Use interactive activities, tools, and templates to help support all teachers in increasing their expertise.
- Consider how self-care and professional wellness for adults are foundational supports for social-emotional learning for students.
- Answer end-of-chapter questions to reflect on your journey and deepen your understanding.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: A Portrait of You, an Instructional Coach
Chapter 2: An Effective Coaching Relationship
Chapter 3: The Phases of the School Year and the Four Types of Support
Chapter 4: Physical and Institutional Support for New and New-to-the-Building Teachers
Chapter 5: Emotional Support and Educator Wellness for All Teachers
Chapter 6: Instructional Support for All Teachers
- Figure 6.1: Questions to Stimulate Authentic Growth
- Figure 6.2: Plan Template for Narrowing Focus
- Figure 6.6: Progress-Tracking Guide
- Guidelines for Encouraging Teacher Self-Reflection
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