• 12 years teaching World and American History at Strayer Middle school in 8th Grade
• 7 years as an instructional coach: instructional technology, curriculum, assessment,
and instruction• 3 years as the K-12 Teacher Liasion for Social Studies
• 2 years co-facilitating New Teacher Academy
InterestsProject Based Learning and Authentic Assessment
Being an effective coach begins with establishing relationships built on trust, listening, and consistent support. The strength of instructional coaching lies in it being non-judgmental, non-evaluative, participant driven, and job-embedded. The coaching relationship develops through active inquiry of teaching, classroom management, and student behavior. The heart of coaching is the process of questioning and self-discovery associated with the inquiry.
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