Whether we are teaching in person or from a distance, the following are suggestions that will allow you to partake in genuine meaningful conversations about books and learn more about your students as readers.
While content coaching cycles can never replace classroom coaching cycles, they offer new opportunities to partner together around shared teacher learning and can be an important first step to deeper, more intense collaboration in the classroom, either in-person or virtually.
Savvy coaches see every interaction as a chance to build trust and “grow” a partnership.
Identifying an educator to train as a literacy coach is among one of the most important decisions a building principal has to make.
The Literacy Collaborative partnership builds schoolwide professional capacity focused on improving the literacy outcomes for all children. What does this mean for a teacher, interventionist, or literacy coach/teacher leader who […]
Eugenia DeLucca shares her experiences as a Primary (K-2) Literacy Collaborative trained coach for Bay Shore Public Schools.