• Summary
  • Contents
  • Subject index

Diane Sweeney gives principals and coaches concrete tools for designing coaching around student learning goals. Included are applications for various content areas and grade levels.

Introduction: Why this Book? Why now?
Introduction: Why this book? why now?

For over a decade, I have been fortunate to work with teachers, coaches, principals, and district leaders from around the country. And through this work, I have watched coaching evolve from a cutting-edge innovation in the early 90s to a common set of practices that exist in many of our schools today.

Though many educators will gladly testify to the benefits of school-based coaching, questions still persist about its effectiveness. I regularly meet many coaches who fret about their impact. They worry that, though they are very busy, they aren't quite sure how their daily effort is making a difference with students.

Student-Centered Coaching seeks to answer this question by introducing a new way of looking ...

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