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Literacy coaching

Walker, Barbara J.

Literacy coaching

learning to collaborate

by Walker, Barbara J.

  • 327 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Allyn & Bacon in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language arts teachers -- Training of -- United States,
  • Literacy -- Study and teaching -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-138) and index.

    StatementBarbara J. Walker.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2844.1.R4 W35 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 144 p. :
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24014096M
    ISBN 100132301288
    ISBN 109780132301282
    LC Control Number2009281902

      "The passion and experience Diana and Betsy Sisson bring to The Literacy Coaching Handbook is evident. You'll learn about the evolution of coaching models, the roles coaches play in a school setting with a variety of teachers, and how to use data analysis to increase student : Diana Sisson. This is where Cathy Toll’s book Lenses on Literacy Coaching: Conceptualizations, Functions, and Outcomes enters the conversation. As a literacy coach and coach-trainer who has worked as an educator in K–12 and higher education settings, Toll has translated her in-depth knowledge of literacy coaching into three books on the topic.

    The Literacy Coaching Handbook Book Summary: Learn how to become a more effective literacy coach to ensure lasting changes in teaching and learning at your school. Literacy experts Diana and Betsy Sisson offer clear, research-based strategies that encourage professional development and growth. *The role of reading assessment in coaching. *Balancing classroom-level, grade-level, and whole-school tasks. *Special considerations in middle school coaching. See also The Literacy Coach's Handbook, Second Edition, which offers a complete primer on the role of the literacy coach and what coaches need to know to get started.;.

    In Responsive Literacy Coaching, Cheryl Dozier draws on twenty-four years of experience as an elementary classroom teacher and teacher educator to present both a theoretical framework and practical tools to enact responsive literacy coaching. Through thoughtful and purposeful coaching, teachers learn effective ways to improve literacy instruction and student achievement. Literacy Coaching gets into the nitty-gritty, offering experience-honed advice on these and numerous other important coaching functions: gathering materials, gaining entry, and getting started, taking notes while observing teachers and students, teaching side by side with a host teacher and debriefing afterward, running powerful workshops.


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"This book should be required reading for school administrators and literacy coaches. It describes multiple models of literacy coaching and provides helpful suggestions for creating a strong literacy program, including approaches to professional development, assessment, and classroom- /5(6).

Literacy Coaching takes you inside today's main coaching models, exploring their roles and responsibilities. Beginning with what coaches do, Casey provides real-life examples of what you'll need to know and what abilities the job requires, as well as crucial but often overlooked details such as how to build a relationship with your principal /5(16).

n Literacy coaching leads to greater student achievement. The largest studies showing that literacy coaching increases student learning are a study on coaching in the Literacy Collaborative program by Biancarosa, Bryk, and Dexter () and a multiyear study of literacy coaches in middle schools throughout Florida (Marsh et al., ).

There. Responsive Literacy Coaching (Stenhouse). It is an exciting time in literacy education as literacy coaching is heralded as a “powerful intervention with great potential” to increase student literacy achievement (IRA, ). National organizations, literacy leaders, policy makers, and classroom teachers are all contributing to File Size: 47KB.

From establishing an initial coaching vision to ensuring its lasting legacy, all aspects of peer literacy coaching are covered in The Fundamentals of Literacy Coaching. Equally suitable for teachers and administrators, this book is an indispensable guide for those seeking to improve the quality of literacy education in their schools.

A Guide to Literacy Coaching illuminates the many practical strategies literacy coaches, mentors, teacher leaders, and staff developers can use to collaborate with multiple school constituencies to promote teacher development and schoolwide literacy success.

"The book outlines how effective coaching models can be implemented and is very. Another basic book on literacy coaching and providing professional development. There is a unique chapter on building a relationship with your principal. The professional development section focuses on all of the different ways a coach can work with teachers from visitations and coaching cycles to workshops/5.

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Literacy Coaching book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Explore the possibilities for teacher development and student lear /5.

Cognitive Coaching Model “Coaching is a strategy for implementing a professional support system for teachers, a system that includes research or theory, demonstration, practice, and feedback.” —Walpole, M. & McKenna, S. The literacy coaching challenge: Models and methods for grades K New York: The Guilford Press.

Leyton Schnellert, Mehjabeen Datoo, Krista Ediger, and Joanne Panas. Responsive Literacy Coaching. Cheryl Dozier. Faith Borkowsky is a Certified Dyslexia Practitioner and the founder of High Five Literacy and Academic Coaching.

Borkowsky is Orton-Gillingham trained and Wilson Certified, and has extensive training and experience in a number of other research-based, peer-reviewed programs that have produced positive gains for students with Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder, ADD/ADHD, and a host of.

This innovative book moves beyond the day-to-day matters of coaching to a deeper examination of how literacy coaching can improve instructional practice.

The authors offer research-based strategies that can be used to create the professional and dynamic relationships. Katherine Casey is a veteran literacy coach, and on the first page of Literacy Coaching she gets down to business: "I coach teachers in their classrooms, demonstrating lessons, working alongside teachers as they teach, problem solving together how to better meet the needs of their students." From there she presents the most authoritative Price: $ Drive school change and improve reading and writing outcomes.

Based on the work of Irene Fountas & Gay Su Pinnell, and other literacy teaching and coaching experts, this online graduate certificate program will help you develop a culture of professional learning within your school or across your district.

Gain literacy coaching and leadership expertise for greater student success. The Advisory Board of the Literacy Coaching Clearinghouse suggests six characteristics that define effective literacy coaching. These characteristics can guide districts and schools to think carefully about the qualifications of the literacy coaches they hire, the realistic roles for coaches to fill, and the support systems that coaches need to.

Literacy coaching: The essentials. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. *Both required texts are on reserve in Gutman Library. Portions of The Literacy Coaching Challenge can be read on Google Books (you can certainly read the first chapter for free so don’t worry if you cannot obtain the book by the first class).

Other course readings will be. The diversity of literacy coaching demands that coaches must be competent across many levels of interaction with people and must have expertise in an array of areas from communication to technology to literacy research.

This resource provides specific tools and resources that respond to those needs. Effective literacy coaching helps teachers successfully navigate the daily challenges they face in their classrooms. As a result, instructional capacity and sustainability increases within schools.

Expert research suggests that each of the 10 practices outlined in this document can have a positive impact on literacy development. The Literacy Coaching Continuum. The Literacy Coaching Continuum (see Figure ) is a structure for the kind of participatory professional learning that integrates fundamentals of adult education theory, provides scaffolds according to the needs of individual teachers, and respects and builds on the knowledge that teachers bring to the table.

Descriptors for Early Literacy Teacher Achievement (DELTA) This resource describes key elements of effective practice in an early literacy classroom. It is a valuable coaching tool because it standardizes expectations around different practices.

Use the DELTA to .Planning for Your Coaching Sessions – Fiction Edition Planning for Your Coaching Sessions – Non Fiction Edition Engagement Strategies – Books That Make You Want to Move!

Engagement Strategies – Books That Make You Want to Write! Engagement Strategies – Using Objects While Reading Strategy Station- How to use Mini Whiteboards.The Literacy Coach’s Desk Reference The Literacy Coach’s Desk Reference Processes and Perspectives for Effective Coaching Cathy A.

Toll This indispensable guide offers current and prospective literacy coaches practical strategies for effectively meeting the day-to-day challenges of job-embedded professional development.