School-Based Implementation Coaching (SBIC) is…
a non-evaluative process in which two or more professional colleagues work together to improve instructional practice. The SBIC process improves fidelity of practice by helping educators demonstrate and practice new skills where they will be used.
Effective School-Based Implementation Coaching involves
- developing and maintaining a coaching relationship,
- providing effective feedback,
- developing a strategic and differentiated coaching plan,
- using solution dialogue, and
- progress monitoring implementation of effective educational practices.
In this module, you will discover
- the purpose and benefits of SBIC,
- how to build strong coaching relationships,
- how feedback can improve instructional practices,
- how to develop a strategic and differentiated coaching plan,
- how to use solution dialogue to help educators reach growth goals, and
- how to monitor the implementation of educational practices through progress monitoring.
To activate your thinking about School-Based Implementation Coaching, write your initial responses to these six essential questions.
- How might School-Based Implementation Coaching be beneficial?
- Why are strong coaching relationships important and how can they be built?
- How can feedback improve instructional practices?
- Why might a strategic and differentiated coaching plan be helpful?
- How can solution dialogue help educators reach growth goals?
- Why might it be important to progress monitor implementation of a coaching plan?
As you move through this course, reflect on your initial responses and add new learning to what you have written.