Instructional Coaching: Post-Observation & Feedback

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As an instructional coach, how many days should you allow for reflection between observation a teacher and conducting the post-observation meeting?

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1. What can you do as an instructional coach to help hesitant teachers become more comfortable (and less defensive) with the post-observation meeting?

2. As an instructional coach, where should you hold your post-observation meeting?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz/worksheet combo is useful in testing your comprehension of instructional coaching. Where post-observational meetings should be held, and the number of strategies to provide as an instructional coach are topics on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll see these topics on the quiz:

  • Strategy that an instructional coach can use to help a teacher who is struggling with technology usage
  • Recommended days for allowing reflection between observing a teacher and conducting post-observation meetings
  • Where post-observation meetings should be held

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - retrieve the details you picked up about how instructional coaches can help hesitant teachers become more comfortable with post-observation meetings
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about how many strategies instructional coaches should use to improve behavior and interpret it correctly
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important details from the lesson on instructional coaching

Additional Learning

If you would like to keep reviewing, take a look at the lesson called Instructional Coaching: Post-Observation & Feedback. This lesson helps you:

  • Examine the purpose of post-observation reflection
  • Identify tips for helping hesitant teachers
  • Determine what types of examples should be used by instructional coaches
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