Administrators are responsible for communicating the coach’s role to staff, while coaches take the lead on implementing the 5-step coaching model with teachers.
- collecting individual teacher data, recruiting teachers to participate in coaching
- recording and analyzing coaching data, collecting bright spot stories
- implementing the 5-step coaching model, sharing bright spot stories with the school board
- communicating the coaches role to staff, implementing the 5-step coaching model with teachers
The correct answer is: communicating the coaches role to staff, implementing the 5-step coaching model with teachers
Explanation: In a coaching team, the role of administrators is crucial in setting the stage by communicating the purpose and significance of the coach’s role to the school staff, aligning it with the school’s goals, and reaffirming their support for the program. Meanwhile, coaches are tasked with the hands-on application of the 5-step coaching model with teachers, focusing on enhancing instructional practices to improve student learning outcomes. They also work to set clear expectations and generate enthusiasm among the staff for the coaching process.
Read more here: Chapter 18: Generating Coaching Enthusiasm in Your School