Coaching: Approaches and Perspectives

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Jim Knight
Corwin Press, 2009 - Education - 222 pages
Coaching supports teacher development and puts teachers' needs at the heart of professional learning by individualizing their learning and by positioning them as professionals. With many different models available, administrators may find it challenging to determine the kind of coaching that best fits the needs of schools, teachers, and students.
 

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The winner of several teaching, innovation, and service awards, Jim Knight is a research associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research and Learning and the president of the Instructional Coaching Group. Frequently asked to guide professional learning for instructional coaches, he has presented and consulted throughout the U.S., Canada, and Japan.

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