Frameworks


VIDEO AS A TOOL IN THE THREE COACHING MODELS

Video accelerates coaching as it provides exemplars of practice, opportunities to norm practice and serves as a data point for inquiry into practice.  In St. Vrain, our coaching is grounded in three models.  These models support both video as inquiry and video as exemplar while keeping reflection and cognition of the teacher at the center.

COGNITIVE COACHING

SOURCE:COGNITIVE COACHING

THE IMPACT CYCLE

SOURCE: JIM KNIGHT

STUDENT-CENTERED COACHING

SOURCE: DIANE SWEENEY

Reflecting:

  • Summarize Impressions (VI)
  • Analyze Causal Factors
  • Construct New Learning 
  • Commit to Application

Identify:

  • Summarize impressions (VI)
  • Construct current reality to create a goal (VI)
  • Specify success indicators

 

Goal Setting:

  • What is the goal for student learning?
  • Standards
  • Learning Targets
  • Baseline Data (Construct Current Reality) (VI)
  • Specify Success Indicators

Planning:

  • Identify Goal
  • Specify Success Indicators
  • Anticipate Approaches (VE)
  • Establish a Personal Learning Focus (VI)

Learn:

  • Outline steps to reach goal (instructional strategies)
  • Anticipate approaches (VE)
  • Menu of coaching practices (VE) (checklists and learning progressions)

 

1.  Focus for Teacher Learning

  • Identify teaching practices/instructional strategies (VI)
  • Anticipate approaches (VE)

2.  Student-Centered Coaching Approaches:

  • Provide a menu of coaching options to support teacher learning 

Observing:

  • Implementation of approaches (VI)
  • Collect Data (VI)

Improve:

  • Implement (VI)
  • Collect data (VI)

Observing:

  • Implementation of approaches (VI)
  • Collect Data (VI)
  • VI:  Video as Inquiry - Using video to support self-reflection and inquiry into instructional practice.
  • VE:  Video as Exemplar - Using video to build teacher capacity