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Instructional Coaching: Eight Factors for Realizing Better Classroom Teaching through Support, Feedback and Intensive, Individualized Professional Learning

Knight, J. (2006). Instructional coaching: Eight factors for realizing better classroom teaching through support, feedback and intensive, individualized professional learning. The School Administrator, 63(4), 36-40.

Topic: Instructional Coaching
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This article describes the benefits of adopting instructional coaching as part of professional development in schools and lists eight factors that can increase the likelihood that coaching will make a difference in a school.

 

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