Coaching Training

Date(s) - 08/28/2018 - 08/29/2018
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
6 spaces left out of 50
Event Contact
Ross Groover

ASC Administrative Service Center


Rebecca Fudge from the Thinking Collaborative is returning to Dearborn to engage instructional coaches in professional learning.  If you attended the training with Rebecca last spring, this will be a condensed version of her training, but the same content.  The training is Aug. 28-29 with a follow up day on Nov. 13.  This training is intended for educators who serve as instructional coaches.

Anticipated Outcomes:
Participants will:
• Walk away with an increased understanding of the role of a coach
• Gain insight around the intentionality of establishing relationship and rapport to set the
stage for successful coaching
• Enhance communication skills to support establishing, building and maintaining
effective relationships
• Have an increased repertoire of tips, tools, skills and strategies to maintain
resourcefulness in navigating influence, tension and resistance
• Have an increased awareness of the various levels for intervening with a group or
• Walk away with an expanded skill set for influencing the system through coaching

Content Pieces
August 28 and 29 (Entering the Territory)
Establishing Relationship and Rapport between the coach and teacher
Entering the role of a coach
Managing Tensions and Influence within systems
Nested levels of learning/intervention (Intervention Points with staff)
The Skillful Coach – exploring the norms of collaboration (Pausing, Paraphrasing, Posing
Questions, Putting Ideas on the Table, Providing Data, Paying Attention to Self
and Others and Presuming Positive Intentions)

November 13 (Going Deeper)
Clarifying the role through exploring the four hats of shared leadership
Energy Sources
The Skillful Coach continued – revisiting and going deeper with the norms of
Navigating the Role of a Coach – Real life Scenarios




Registrations are closed for this event.