Want to take action to strengthen your existing instructional coaching program or to newly establish one? This article will share:

  • Why the structure of a coaching program is so critical and how to reliably match teachers with coaches whose skills are suited to address their particular development needs
  • Strategies for monitoring and measuring coaching and making adjustments in order to raise the quality of coaching and bring coaching to more teachers
  • How to avoid blurry reporting structures by clearly delineating the roles of coach, teacher evaluator (such as principals), and coaching supervisor
  • Ways to build teacher buy-in and participation in your coaching program, thereby expanding the scale and impact