Onsite Modeling & Coaching

COACHING SERVICES

 

Leadership Development

Quality educational leadership is important to the overall success of an individual school or school system. Strong Principals are critical to high-performing schools as they help to champion school reforms, and serve as motivators to teachers and students. Equally important is the development of Assistant Principals, or next generation leaders, who need to be prepared to step into critical leadership roles in schools when called upon. Click here for more information

Teacher Effectiveness

It is widely recognized that no factor under school control impacts student achievement and growth more than an effective teacher in the classroom. Click here for more information

Assessment and Data

Educators know that student data provides the transparency needed to inform teaching and learning in the classroom. Data driven decision making is critical to improving teaching and learning through goal setting, differentiated instruction, program evaluation, and school improvement. Click here for more information

Federal Programs

Federal Program Directors are critical to implementing a new structure designed to improve support for their school district’s education initiatives. The focus of this new structure is to provide a common link with the capability of looking across all of the programs to support the district in meeting their goals. Click here for more information

Special Education

Directors of Special Education are central to improving the education experience for children with disabilities. In keeping with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and state law, they work to provide effective educational programs to students with disabilities, ages 3-20, who need special education and related services. Click here for more information

Response to Intervention (RtI)

Effective Implementation of the Response to Intervention (RtI) process is critical to identifying and supporting struggling learners. This multi-tier approach will accelerate their rate of learning. Click here for more information