Cultivating Coaching Mindsets

Cultivating Coaching Mindsets

An Action Guide for Literacy Leaders

Rita M. Bean, Jacy Ippolito

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Provides a detailed framework to help literacy leaders promote the advancement of literacy instruction.

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Literacy leaders are working to provide highly effective, rigorous teaching and learning as they work with families, communities, individuals, and the system simultaneously. To do that, they need to wear many hats, serving as leaders, facilitators, designers, and advocates.

In Cultivating Coaching Mindsets: An Action Guide for Literacy Leaders, Rita M. Bean and Jacy Ippolito lay out a detailed framework to help literacy leaders promote the advancement of literacy instruction that improves and deepens learning. They also explore facilitation techniques for providing meaningful feedback while respecting teachers’ views and knowledge—supporting teachers as they build their capacity to reflect on and improve literacy learning for all students.

Product Code: BPP150501
ISBN: 9781941112335 | 06/30/16
Publisher: LSI


If teachers are looking for the next text in coaching, this is it! Cultivating Coaching Mindsets masterfully weaves current research in with new ideas and relevant practice… and provides new information regarding the role of coaching, specifically literacy coaching, that is helpful to today’s teachers.

—Andrea Noonan Fox, 2013 North Dakota Teacher of the Year

There are many publications about leadership, assessment, common core standards, and differentiation, yet few about literacy coaching. Cultivating Coaching Mindsets will make a distinction in the field.

—Tracie Hallissey, 2013 Sanford (Maine) Teacher of the Year

Cultivating Coaching Mindsets is an important volume that brings together important emerging themes in the coaching literature to present a coherent vision of this work in real schools.

—Joshua Lawrence, Assistant Professor, University of California Irvine, School of Education

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