Andrea Gautney

Andrea Gautney is a math instructional coach for Clear Springs High School in Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD). Over the last fifteen years, Gautney has been a classroom teacher, has supported hundreds of secondary teachers in both California and Texas, and is a 5-year veteran facilitator for the New Coaches Academy in CCISD. She partners with teachers and teams to provide support and to build capacity in all facets of the classroom: deep mathematical content knowledge, technology integration, social and emotional learning, cultivating rapport, and professional growth. Gautney serves as a Learning Forward Consultant, leading learning through Coaching Academies, Mentor Teacher Cohorts, and Content-Based Coaching Cohorts.

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Coaching during “other duties as assigned”

By Heather Clifton, Andrea Gautney, Kristine James and Carla Schmidt | December 16, 2021

Join us for this informative and practical webinar to hear from coaches who have found ways to cope, manage, and even thrive while coaching during “other duties as assigned.”

Igniting and accelerating learning: Supporting educators in creating engaging classrooms

By Andrea Gautney, Ashley Howe, Pilar Ramos and Risa Sackman | September 30, 2021

Learning Forward and FHI 360 invite you to join this webinar as we hear from district and school educators about the supports and strategies they are putting into practice to create the conditions for student success. Join us as we explore lessons learned, favorite resources, and effective practices educators intend to sustain as schools resume and move into a COVID-recovery phase.

Learning from coaches: End strong, begin stronger!

By Joellen Killion, Kenya Pitts Elder, Andrea Gautney and Paige Treshansky | June 4, 2020

As the school year closes, instructional coaches are still hard at work. They are taking the many lessons learned in the last quarter of this school year and using those lessons to plan for a strong, if uncertain, year ahead. Join us for an exploration of how coaches are traversing the challenges of distance professional learning, remaining connected to the teachers they support, and applying their expertise in accelerating teacher learning.