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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.

Measuring the Impact of Student-Centered Coaching
Measuring the impact of student-centered coaching

Inevitably, any conversation about coaching is followed by the question of how to evaluate it. Educators, from teachers to superintendents, are wondering how we will know if putting coaches in our schools was worth the time and effort.

After numerous conversations with educators in the field of research and evaluation, I quickly realized that there are many unanswered questions when it comes to evaluating the impact of professional development and coaching. Educators are clamoring for a way to collect evaluation data that proves how coaching positively impacts students, yet a large group of researchers believe we can only indirectly measure the impact of coaching on student learning. Couple this with the times in which we ...

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