From Vulnerability to Empowerment.  Reflections on a Coaching Cycle
Dec15

From Vulnerability to Empowerment. Reflections on a Coaching Cycle

From Vulnerability to Empowerment. Reflections on a Coaching Cycle By Agustina Matavos, 5th Grade Spanish Teacher at Asociación Escuelas Lincoln in Buenos Aires, Argentina. “Let’s do a coaching cycle…” When those words were said to me, I froze. I did not know what to expect, what to do. I was out of my comfort zone. Yes, I know… we have to step outside our comfort zone if we want things to change, if we want to grow as...

Read More
How Not to Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience with Cognitive CoachingSM
Aug23

How Not to Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience with Cognitive CoachingSM

How Not to Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience with Cognitive CoachingSM By: Cailin Minor, Literacy Coach at The Columbus School in Medellin, Colombia cminor@columbus.edu.co When we think of coaches, many times the first word that comes to mind is “expert.” Coaches are thought of as the ones with all the answers and ideas and it is their job to give teachers that knowledge. If we have a question, they answer it. If we have a...

Read More
How Not To Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience With Cognitive Coaching(℠)
May19

How Not To Be The Expert: One Coach’s Experience With Cognitive Coaching(℠)

By: Cailin Minor, Literacy Coach at The Columbus School in Medellin, Colombia cminor@columbus.edu.co When we think of coaches, many times the first word that comes to mind is “expert.” Coaches are thought of as the ones with all the answers and ideas and it is their job to give teachers that knowledge. If we have a question, they answer it. If we have a problem, they give us ideas on how to solve it. If we are stuck, they tell us...

Read More

Subscribe For Latest Updates

Signup for our newsletter and get notified when we publish new articles!