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Foundations of Student-Centered Coaching

with Diane Sweeney Consulting

IN-PERSON DATES:

  • February 1, 2024, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • February 2, 2024, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.


VIRTUAL DATES:

  • February 16, 2024, 9-10:30 a.m.
  • March 1, 2024, 9-10:30 a.m.


LOCATION: Sunnyside Education Center, 2601 S. 14th St., New Castle, IN 47362

DESCRIPTION:

Student-Centered Coaching is an evidence-based instructional coaching model that shifts the focus from ‘fixing’ teachers to collaborating with them to design instruction that targets student outcomes. In this session, participants will learn the guiding principles and core practices for Student-Centered Coaching. We will focus on:

  • Comparing Student-Centered Coaching with other coaching models;
  • Exploring the core practices for Student-Centered Coaching, including measuring the impact of coaching cycles;
  • Building principal and coach partnerships; Learning the role of student evidence as an essential component of coaching; and
  • Strategies for organizing and scheduling the coaching work.


AUDIENCE: Instructional coaches, administrators, and district leaders.

Administrators and district leaders can attend both days fully, but should definitely plan to attend the morning portion of day 1.


COST: (ECESC Members)

  • $1,000 per instructional coach
  • One free administrator seat for three instructional coach seats purchased.
  • Additional administrator seats: $500 per administrator


FORMAT: Foundations of Student-Centered Coaching will be 2 days of in-person learning, followed up by two virtual 90-minute sessions two weeks apart. Instructional coaches are expected to attend all sessions. Administrators may attend all sessions, but are requested to attend the morning of day 1.

PRESENTER: Amanda Brueggeman, Ed. D.


Amanda Brueggeman, Ed.D. is an education consultant and began her teaching career in 2004. She grew up on a farm in Southeast Missouri, working her way to the suburbs of St. Louis, MO, where she taught at Valley Park and Wentzville for ten years prior to being an instructional coach. Her passions include literacy and collective efficacy in relation to working with new teachers and mentors. Amanda is also the author of the book, Student-Centered Mentoring (Corwin, 2022).


Amanda obtained her teaching degree in Elementary Education at Southeast Missouri State University. She earned her MA in Educational Technology from the University of Missouri and is certified as a Student-Centered Coaching Consultant. Amanda holds her Doctorate in Teacher Leadership from Maryville University, where she is also an adjunct professor for the Education Department.

ECESC Workshop Cancellation Policy: Registrants who notify ECESC of their cancellation on or before the registration deadline date (January 18, 2024) will not be required to pay the registration fee. Registrants who cancel after the registration deadline but before the workshop date or call to cancel on the day of the workshop will pay 50% of the registration fee. Registrants who neglect to call or notify the ECESC of their cancellation will be responsible for paying the full fee. On official school corporation weather-related cancellation days, registrants will not be required to pay registration fees.


ECESC Billing Policy: ECESC will send an invoice to your school corporation business office after the workshop date. If you need alternate billing arrangements, please contact Mandi Isaacs, [email protected], to notify us of your needs.


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