Instructional Leadership in Action

Establishing a Context for Coaching

by UWCEL Nov 17, 2011

Districts across the nation have invested heavily in coaching as a way to grow a high-quality teaching staff—a key goal of state and federal reforms. However, many districts discover the complexities of coaching only after their coaching initiative has begun. It might seem as if the idea of coaching is embraced but the actual coaching is not.

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CEL’s Work in Jackson Hole, WY Featured

by UWCEL Feb 28, 2011

Read the  February 2, 2011 article  in the Jackson Hole News & Guide. The article focuses on the literacy coaching provided by Mr. Brandon Mitchell (CEL Consultant). CEL also provides mathematics and leadership coaching along with Central Office Transformation support.
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New Study Published that Examines CEL's Instructional Coaching Approach

by UWCEL Dec 5, 2010

The American Research Educational Journal has just published the article by UW faculty, "Instructional Coaching: Building Theory About the Role and Organizational Support for Professional Learning." The study examines, "How (and what) do instructional coaches learn in the context of district instructional reform? And what organizational structures and policies support them in that process?"

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