Coaching experienced educators: Critical support in changing contexts

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Instructional coaching, especially for experienced educators, can offer support to adjust and adapt instruction and engage all students. Educators have greater or lesser levels of consciousness about their ability. Experienced educators are often consciously skilled, deliberate in their actions, or possibly unconsciously skilled, so experienced that most of their actions are habitual and they may not recognize what they do or why. The major changes during the past year shifted all educators to a position of consciously unskilled—knowing that you don’t know, but unsure what to do. The webinar is intended to highlight instructional coaches working with experienced educators. Panelists will share strategies, tools, and resources to support experienced teachers to strengthen their practice and discuss the value of self-examination and a commitment to collective

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