See how Cognitive Coaching principles have been woven into schools, systems, and classrooms and get a complete look at the ongoing process of implementing and sustaining coaching. Ideal for teachers, administrators, staff developers, and district leaders familiar with Cognitive Coaching, this resource shows you what practitioners who have actually learned and used Cognitive Coaching think about its applications.
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Jane is Executive Co-Director of Thinking Collaborative, the home of the Adaptive Schools Seminars and the Cognitive Coaching Seminars®. She is the former Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Coaching. She provides training and consultation in the areas of Cognitive CoachingSM, Adaptive Schools, change and transition, quality professional and organizational development, curriculum development, effective instruction, supervision, and facilitation.
Jane has experience as a teacher at the elementary and graduate school levels, as a principal and a director of elementary education. She holds a B.A. in Elementary Education and Social Sciences from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, an M.Ed. in Elementary Supervision from the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, and an Ed.D. in Administration from VPI&SU, Blacksburg, Virginia. She is licensed as a teacher and supervisor in Texas and as an administrator in Colorado and Illinois. Jane’s experiences include teaching graduate classes in South America, attending the Principals’ Institutes at Columbia Teachers’ College and Harvard University, and chairing the Board of Directors of the Principal’s Center at the University of Colorado, Denver. She is also a certified teacher and Principal Perceiver Specialist.
Carolee is the Director of Business Operations for Thinking Collaborative, the home of the Adaptive Schools Seminars, the Cognitive Coaching Seminars®, and Kaleidoscope Associates. She is the former Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Coaching. She provides international training in:
It will be valuable in extending the work of school divisions, devoted to providing the best learning culture for students and staff. --Diane Phillips, assistant superintendent, River East Transcona School District, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
As a staff developer, I certainly would use this text as a reference from which to draw examples as needed for targeted professional development. --Jennifer Yazawa, district resource teacher, Teaching and Learning Systems, Albuqueque Public Schools
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