Saturday, November 21, 2020

Your Questions, Answered! Ep. 44 of The Coaching Podcast

Have you heard of an #AMA? In this episode, I answer all of your questions!   Learn about how to visit classrooms and leave feedback, where I squeeze in my professional reading (despite having a toddler), and how to justify a coaching cycle when your district isn't supportive.   Plus I share about some of my biggest lessons learned from my first year of literacy coaching!

Have you heard of an #AMA? In this episode, I answer all of your questions!

 Learn about how to visit classrooms and leave feedback, where I squeeze in my professional reading (despite having a toddler), and how to justify a coaching cycle when your district isn't supportive. 

Plus I share about some of my biggest lessons learned from my first year of literacy coaching!


 
 



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Saturday, November 14, 2020

AntiBias Education with Kay Valdez, Ep. 43 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

You may have heard of ABAR education but not really had an understanding of what it represents. Kay Valdez of Primary Cornerstone introduces us to the idea of anti-bias education and shares some first steps that instructional coaches can take to implement these principles on their campus, with their faculty!
Have you heard of ABAR education? It's a term that has been floating around social media more and more over the last couple of years.
 
Kay Valdez of Primary Cornerstone introduces us to the idea of anti-bias education and shares some first steps that instructional coaches can take to implement these principles on their campus, with their faculty!

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Saturday, November 7, 2020

Building Morale as a Coach, Ep. 42 of The Coaching Podcast


This year, morale has been an especially big challenge. Teachers are feeling overwhelmed and defeated, and coaches are too. But there are things you can do to support your teachers and build morale on your campus! In this episode, I share six strategies for creating a positive environment and building morale!
This year, morale has been an especially big challenge. 
 
Teachers are feeling overwhelmed and defeated, and coaches are too. 
 
But there are things you can do to support your teachers and build morale on your campus! 
 
In this episode, I share six strategies for creating a positive environment and building morale!
 
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Saturday, October 31, 2020

Race and Coaching Relationships with Naomi O'Brien, Ep. 41 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

In this episode, Naomi O'Brien of Read Like a Rock Star helps us understand how race can affect our work as instructional coaches. She shares her experiences as a Black teacher working with coaches as well as defines microagressions, bias, white supremacy, and other important ideas that we need to understand in order to coach teachers equitably. She also gives us some questions to think about when we make decisions as a coach!
In this episode, Naomi O'Brien of Read Like a Rock Star helps us understand how race can affect our work as instructional coaches.
 
She shares her experiences as a Black teacher working with coaches as well as defines microagressions, bias, white supremacy, and other important ideas that we need to understand in order to coach teachers equitably.
 
She also gives us some questions to think about when we make decisions as a coach!
 
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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Six Engaging PD Strategies, Episode 40

Professional development doesn't have to be boring. When we create engaging PD, people are more likely to learn, and when we give them opportunities to bridge learning to their classrooms, they're more likely to apply what they've learned! In this episode, I share my favorite six strategies that will help you turn all of your PDs into engaging, purposeful workshops for teachers!
Professional development doesn't have to be boring. 
 
When we create engaging PD, people are more likely to learn, and when we give them opportunities to bridge learning to their classrooms, they're more likely to apply what they've learned!
 
In this episode, I share my favorite six strategies that will help you turn all of your PDs into engaging, purposeful workshops for teachers!







 
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Saturday, October 17, 2020

3 Ways to Conduct a Needs Assessment, Ep. 39 of The Coaching Podcast

Instructional coaches can provide tremendous support to teachers through PLC and PD, and help set the course for learning on your campus. But where do you start? In this episode, I share three methods for conducting a needs assessment and a step-by-step approach for putting it all together to identify the next steps for learning on your campus!
Instructional coaches can provide tremendous support to teachers through PLC and PD, and help set the course for learning on your campus.
 
But where do you start?
 
In this episode, I share three methods for conducting a needs assessment and a step-by-step approach for putting it all together to identify the next steps for learning on your campus!
 
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Saturday, October 10, 2020

Developing Curriculum Collaboratively with Crystal Ceresani, Ep. 38: The Coaching Podcast

 Collaborating to create curriculum is a challenge for instructional coaches. In this episode, Crystal Ceresani of The Sparkly Notebook shares her process with us from start to finish! Learn about how she prepares for a planning session, what logistics work for her and for my teachers, too, the norms and expectations that are really important for collaboration, how she uses data and assessments, and what true buy-in looks like!


Have you worked with a team of teachers to write curriculum and lesson plans?

Was it a success or did it leave you feeling like you were an utter failure?
 
Planning together can be difficult especially when it’s something new to you and your teachers. However, you can learn how to develop curriculum with teams of teachers by tuning into Buzzing with Ms. B the Coaching Podcast Episode 32 where I will talk to Crystal Ceresani. 

Crystal Ceresani is the brains behind the Sparkly Notebook and has been in education for the last 12 years. In this episode, she shares her process for collaborative planning!

Here's a sneak peek. To get the whole process, listen to the episode! Before you start your curriculum planning, you have to make sure there is a plan in place. What is your plan? What will your PLC look like? What are we hoping to get done? How much time are we going to need? 

All of these questions should be answered before you plan your meeting.

It’s all about the logistics behind planning a meeting. Both Crystal and I have great ideas as to how to set your meetings up logistically. Check out Episode 32 to hear both options!

When talking about curriculum planning, it can be difficult to get started. One of the best ways to get going is to make sure everyone is on the same page. Crystal and I talk about how to make sure everyone is prepared and knows the drill before walking into the meeting.
If you don’t have expectations, nothing is going to get done! You can hear how to set goals and make sure they are met by tuning into all of Episode 32. Bonus! You will score a great resource! 

Once you have a culture of learning in place, you can start building content knowledge and language. If you and your teachers are not using the same language, it is going to be even harder to create good plans because good communication isn’t taking place. This step is vital especially as new curriculum and new standards are rolled out.

Planning is only half the battle. Once you plan, you have to make sure it’s a plan that works! Check in on your teacher! Be open to modeling and stepping in if they need a helping hand. You can hear more about how that looks in the classroom by tuning in! Until then, Happy Coaching! 




 


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Saturday, October 3, 2020

An Honest Virtual Coaching Conversation with Nicole Turner: Ep. 37 of The Coaching Podcast

Virtual coaching is an exhausting challenge for so many instructional coaches! In this episode of Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podacst, I talk to Nicole S. Turner of Simply Coaching & Teaching about her work as a virtual instructional coach. We talk about building relationships online, what her role has looked like so far, and the lessons she's taken away from this new experience!
Virtual coaching is an exhausting. new challenge for so many instructional coaches!
 
In this episode of Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast, I talk to Nicole S. Turner of Simply Coaching & Teaching about her work as a virtual instructional coach.

We talk about building relationships online, what her role has looked like so far, and the lessons she's taken away from this new experience!
 
 
 
 
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Saturday, September 26, 2020

Dos and Dont's of Virtual Coaching: Episode 36 of The Coaching Podcast

Instructional coaches are feeling overwhelmed with coaching virtually, and this can create a situation in which we don't produce our best work. This episode explains ten mistakes to avoid when you're coaching virtually, and what to do instead! Learn about why it's so important to create office hours, how an online coaching space can help you, and how to present yourself effectively as a coaching support.
Instructional coaches are feeling overwhelmed with coaching virtually, and this can create a situation in which we don't produce our best work.
 
This episode explains ten mistakes to avoid when you're coaching virtually, and what to do instead! 
 
Learn about why it's so important to create office hours, how an online coaching space can help you, and how to present yourself effectively as a coaching support.
 
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Listen here or anywhere you listen to podcasts!

 
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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Virtual Coaching Cycles with Stephanie Affinito, Ep. 35 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Many coaches have found themselves moving into virtual coaching this year and are unsure about how to have purposeful coaching cycles when we are using technology to do so much of our work!
 
Stephanie Affinito shares a structure for virtual coaching cycles as well as some of her favorite technology tools for supporting teachers in a virtual environment.
 
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Friday, September 11, 2020

First Steps in Virtual Coaching, Ep. 34 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Virtual coaching is a whole new ballgame for most coaches. This episode shares the first steps you can take as an instructional coach to set a foundation for solid virtual coaching! Learn about how to translate your coaching experience into an online environment, what virtual coaches do, and how to share your role with your teachers virtually.

Virtual coaching is a whole new ballgame for most coaches. 
 
This episode shares the first steps you can take as an instructional coach to set a foundation for solid virtual coaching! 
 
Learn about how to translate your coaching experience into an online environment, what virtual coaches do, and how to share your role with your teachers virtually.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saturday, September 5, 2020

Five Mistakes Coaches Make...and What to do if You've Made Them, Ep. 33: The Coaching Podcast

Raise your hand if you've made mistakes as an instructional coach. You know mine is up! In this episode of Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast, I share about five common mistakes that coaches make and what to do when you've made them! Learn about why it's important to clarify your role, what to do if you realize you're gossiping, and how to recover from mistakes! Raise your hand if you've made mistakes as an instructional coach.
  
You know mine is up!
  
In this episode of Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast, I share about five common mistakes that coaches make and what to do when you've made them!
  
Learn about why it's important to clarify your role, what to do if you realize you're gossiping, and how to recover from mistakes!




 

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Saturday, August 29, 2020

Communication for Instructional Coaches with Melanie Matthews, Ep. 32: The Coaching Podcast

Instructional coaches rely on good communication skills. But how do we communicate effectively with teachers in a way that encourages clarity, purpose, reflection, and an environment of learning? Melanie Matthews of Literacy at Work shares her tips for communication: essential skills for communicating well, using nonverbal communication, how to be a good listener, and more! Instructional coaches rely on good communication skills.
 
But how do we communicate effectively with teachers in a way that encourages clarity, purpose, reflection, and an environment of learning?
 
Melanie Matthews of Literacy at Work shares her tips for communication: essential skills for communicating well, using nonverbal communication, how to be a good listener, and more!
 
 
 
 

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Saturday, August 22, 2020

The 40 Hour Workweek for Instructional Coaches with Angela Watson, Episode 31 of Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Instructional coaching can feel all-consuming, and sometimes we spend so much time getting through all of our stacks of things to do, we don't feel like we've accomplished anything important. In this episode, Angela Watson of The 40 Hour Workweek shares some principles and tips for focusing your energy and maximizing your time so that you can make space for yourself, too. Learn about the things that take up our time that aren't really impactful, and focus your work on the things that make change!Instructional coaching can feel all-consuming, and sometimes we spend so much time getting through all of our stacks of things to do, we don't feel like we've accomplished anything important.
  
In this episode, Angela Watson of The 40 Hour Workweek shares some principles and tips for focusing your energy and maximizing your time so that you can make space for yourself, too.
  
Learn about the things that take up our time that aren't really impactful, and focus your work on the things that make change!
 
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Saturday, August 15, 2020

How coaches can support new teachers, Ep. 30: The Coaching Podcast

1/3 of new teachers leave the field within the first five years of their careers. That is shocking! Some of the best supports to retain new teachers can be provided by instructional coaches. In this episode, you'll learn about some of the most essential ways that new teachers need support in and how to best provide that support! Learn what to focus on first to get new teachers started on the right foot!
One third of new teachers leave the field within the first five years of their careers.
 
That is shocking!
  
Some of the best supports to retain new teachers can be provided by instructional coaches.
  
In this episode, you'll learn about some of the most essential ways that new teachers need support in and how to best provide that support!


Learn what to focus on first to get new teachers started on the right foot!
 

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Saturday, August 8, 2020

Ways to build relationships with teachers, with Nita Creekmore, Ep. 29: The Coaching Podcast

Instructional coaching doesn't work without relationships with teachers. In this episode, I chat with Nita Creekmore from Love Teach Bless about how to build relationships. Learn about how Nita starts the year to encourage relationship building, and her favorite strategy for supporting teachers and getting into their classrooms!Instructional coaching doesn't work without relationships with teachers.

In this episode, I chat with Nita Creekmore from Love Teach Bless about how to build relationships.

Learn about how Nita starts the year to encourage relationship building, and her favorite strategy for supporting teachers and getting into their classrooms!
 
 
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Monday, August 3, 2020

Say Something: An Anti-Racist Lesson #itstimetotalkracism

If you've been following along on Instagram or here on the blog, you know that the 22 Days of Anti-Racist Resources for Teachers was an amazing response from a wonderful group of educators.

Some incredible bloggers and activists shared their posts, including Stephanie Reyna, Dia Charley, Megan Forbes, Ha Dinh, Liz Kleinrock, Allison Greer, and Melissa Garcia-Wright.

But unfortunately, when we first created the campaign, 22 people had been killed by a white supremacist on August 3rd in El Paso, Texas. Since then, another person who was injured has died from his injuries, so today is dedicated to Guillermo "Memo" Garcia.

Today, I'm thinking about what anti-racism looks like in our students. What do our kids do when they see racism happening?

This is why I'm writing about this today: I recently read a story of a person describing a situation in which someone treated him with blatant racism.

His grandson was nearby and witnessed the whole thing. Later, they discussed this experience together, and the grandson told him that the thing that bothered him the most was that no one else said anything.

The bystanders did just that: they stood by and allowed this racist act to happen.

It made me think about our students. Do we actively teach them to say or do something when they see something wrong? Specifically, do they say or do something when they see racism in action?

I believe that we need to give kids more credit to notice when something is wrong and to say something about it. We just need to give them the tools.

That's what this lesson is all about.

I aligned this lesson with the Teaching Tolerance Social Justice Standards for K-5. If you haven't checked out these standards, I really recommend them! They will give you a direction in your anti-racist work. These are the standards I chose:

K-2 standard: Action 19 AC.K-2.19 I will speak up or do something if people are being unfair, even if my friends do not.

3-5 Standard: Action 19 AC.3-5.19 I will speak up or do something when I see unfairness, and I will not let others convince me to go along with injustice.

Here's the lesson

Step 1: Read aloud I Walk With Vanessa. In this book, one character is hurtful to another. We don’t know what they said, and the usual interpretation is bullying. However, students may see situations like this one involving racism at school. Because of that, we want students to be aware. As you read, stop to ask these questions and have students discuss. You can even mark your thinking with post-its
if you’d like:
  • What do you think happened?
  • Have you seen this happen before?
  • How does Vanessa react?
  • How do you think Vanessa feels?
  • What do you think the main character is thinking?
  • What does she do?
  • How do her actions affect Vanessa?
  • How do her actions affect other students at school?
  • Why is that important?
Step 2: If a student brings it up, address the concept of racism. If not, explain that, while we don’t know what the character said to Vanessa, one interpretation is that he was being racist. Introduce the idea of racism: making assumptions, being hateful, or treating someone differently than others based on their race because you believe your race is better.

Step 3: Set norms for your discussion. It’s good to practice these first when you’re talking about less potentially difficult topics. Possible norms include…
  • Respect the speaker and what they are saying
  • What’s said in this discussion stays in this discussion
  • Speak from the heart
  • Listen to understand
  • You do not have to share anything you don’t want to.
Step 4: Have a discussion about this idea with your students about times they have seen or heard racism. Remember, your students do not have to share anything they don't want to. They may be uncomfortable talking about experiences that involve racism, so it's important not to force anyone to participate. It's also important not to assume that they're ok talking about traumatic events because other students are. Instead, make sure the norms are in place and that students understand that they are not being forced to share.

Here are some questions to get you started.
  • Have they learned about racism in school?
  • Has racism happened in history?
  • Have they read about racism?
  • Have they seen or heard racism in person? (Reminder: students do not have to share about anything traumatic that they don’t want to.)
Teacher’s Note:
Students’ safety comes first. Stress the idea of taking “safe” action. If students are out in the world and they try to help, they can put themselves in dangerous situations. Focus on telling an adult and getting their help to make a plan if it’s appropriate.

Step 5: The guide. Provide students with the questioning guide and have them fill out the first three questions on their own. More than one version has been provided for different age groups.




Step 6: Upstanders instead of bystanders. Talk about how, when people are being discriminated against, one of the things that is the most saddening is how other people respond. When people don’t say anything, the people being discriminated against feel like everyone thinks it’s ok.
 
Step 7: Read aloud Say Something! by Peter H. Reynolds.
Discuss the idea of activism: doing something when you see that something is wrong. An activist is someone who takes action when they see social injustice; in this case, racism. Discuss with your students about the different ways you can “say something”. This might be saying something in the moment, telling an adult, taking (safe) action, or making a plan for change.



Step 8: Use the “What do you do?” guide to help students think about safe but important ways to respond to racism. I have left one version blank because it would be more meaningful to have students fill in the examples they have seen.



Step 9: Make a commitment. Speech bubbles have been included in the resource to help students say what they will do to take a stand. These work well as a bulletin board, too.

This free download is available on TpT. If you use it and you'd like to share about it, post a picture on Instagram and use the hashtag #itstimetotalkracism - I'll follow the hashtag so I can see your lessons!

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Want to learn more about this anti-racist teaching event? Visit the original post here, or access the calendar for the 22 days of anti-racist resources here.


This post is in memory of Memo Garcia. Memo was selling lemonade for his daughter's soccer team in front of a Wal-Mart in El Paso, Texas, when a white supremacist shot him several times. He struggled with his injuries in the hospital for nine months until he passed away in late April. His nickname was "Tank".


 
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