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Education Week: Literacy and the Common Core: Reflecting on the Research

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This afternoon, we had a great practical discussion with International Reading Association President-elect Maureen McLaughlin and University of Chicago literacy and curriculum specialist Timothy Shanahan. The conversation touched on everything from text complexity and English-language learners to comprehension for the youngest students. For those interested in all things common core, check out the archived transcript.


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Specialist leaders of education : The Department for Education

Specialist leaders of education : The Department for Education | Literacy Coaching | Scoop.it
Outstanding middle and senior leaders who have the skills to support individuals or teams in similar positions in other schools (RT @SLE_chat: #SLEchat The @the_college will open their next SLE application round on 2nd October.
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The Lasting Impact of Instructional Coaching

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Cause-Effect Coaching

 

David uses a “cause-effect coaching” method.  He shows teachers what they are doing or are not doing (the cause) and how it is related to what the students are learning or not learning (the effect).

The purpose is to show the teacher that the students may not be the cause of why the students are not learning.

 

The cause-effect concept was shown in the original work on classroom management by Jacob Kounin.  He summarized his research from observing teachers and classrooms and concluded that it was “the behavior of the teacher and not the behavior of the students that resulted in student learning.”

 

David says:

 

==> “School leaders and teachers must always examine how their actions or inactions may be creating barriers or creating enhancements to learning.” <==

 

 

 


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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, January 17, 2013 11:32 PM

Learn more about cause-effect coaching.  If it doesn't last, it's just a distraction.  

Gust MEES's curator insight, January 20, 2013 4:57 PM

Very interesting, a MUST read...

 

Gianfranco D'Aversa's curator insight, January 23, 2013 1:59 PM

Cause-Effect Coaching

 

David uses a “cause-effect coaching” method.  He shows teachers what they are doing or are not doing (the cause) and how it is related to what the students are learning or not learning (the effect).

The purpose is to show the teacher that the students may not be the cause of why the students are not learning.

 

The cause-effect concept was shown in the original work on classroom management by Jacob Kounin.  He summarized his research from observing teachers and classrooms and concluded that it was “the behavior of the teacher and not the behavior of the students that resulted in student learning.”

 

David says:

 

==> “School leaders and teachers must always examine how their actions or inactions may be creating barriers or creating enhancements to learning.

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Education Week: Instructional Coach Jumps Into New Standards

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In the District of Columbia, instructional coaches like Sarah Hawley are learning the common-core standards along with the teachers.
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