Principles of Effective Feedback and Coaching - 013178
At ESC Region 11, we believe that leadership matters. We also believe that every student in every classroom should receive access to excellent instruction from every teacher, every day. During this training, leaders will explore foundational principles of Leverage Leadership. Participants will align their calendars to provide weekly observation and feedback to teachers and will explore a feedback framework that can be used to support teachers in the implementation of incremental instructional shifts that result in increased student achievement and engagement.

Audiences Central Office Administrators, Principals, Assistant Principals, Coordinators, Directors, Instructional Leaders, Principal Certification Candidate
21st Century Learning  Vision Article V - Organizational Transformation
Prerequisite/Special Notes None


SessionScheduleLocation
02435307/11/2019 01:00pm - 04:00pmESC Region 11
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Credit Hours   03:00 hours of Continuing Professional Education 
Presenter   Lyndsae Benton ESC Region 11, Jim Phillips ESC Region 11, Renee Treat ESC Region 11 
Seats Left   21 

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If you require special arrangements or have special needs (such as an interpreter for the hearing impaired),
contact Jim Phillips at jphillips@esc11.net or (817) 740-7581 at least three weeks prior to the training program date.

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