Saturday, May 14, 2022

Reflecting on Leadership with Dr. Jill Brown, Ep. 102 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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Coaches, want to know how to make lasting change at your school? 

Be reflective!

It's not enough to be knowledgeable about teaching and learning. Reflecting on your work is key to being an effective instructional coach. 

On this episode of The Coaching Podcast, Dr. Jill Brown and I talk about what it means to be a reflective leader and the importance of self-awareness. We discuss how to reflect on your coaching work, questions to ask yourself, and ways to improve your practice. She explains the four steps to take when facing hard truths and how to use data to reflect on your work.

As this school year comes to a close, try to schedule some time for reflection. Consider what went well and areas for improvement. Be honest with yourself and open to feedback from others. Listen to this episode for some great tips on being a more reflective leader!

Topics and Questions Discussed in Episode 102 - Reflecting on Leadership with Dr. Jill Brown

  • What it means to be a reflective leader
  • The importance of self-awareness for coaches
  • How to be a more reflective coach 
  • Ways to get to know your staff and make connections (even when you're coaching a lot of teachers)
  • Ideas to help leaders be more self-aware, observant, and flexible
  • How to improve communication and different ways to enter conversations with teachers
  • Why leaders need input from multiple sources to be reflective and effective
  • The role of data in self-reflection and how to use anecdotal data
  • Reflective questions for coaches 
  • Big mistakes leaders make when reflecting on their work
  • Planning for future growth 
  • Becoming aware of your biases and assumptions
  • The four steps to take when facing hard truths
  • Why leaders need to make mistakes and what we learn from them
  • How to notice patterns and gain clarity
  • Processes to support self-reflection
  • How to use what we learned through self-reflection to impact student learning and make lasting change
  • Things coaches can do to support special education teachers

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Saturday, May 7, 2022

Breaking a Negative Coaching Pattern, Ep. 101 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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If you're a coach, you know that relationships are key. But what do you do if you fall into a negative coaching pattern with a teacher? 

In this episode of The Coaching Podcast, I talk about breaking a negative coaching pattern. You'll learn how to recognize negative coaching patterns, get ideas for breaking them, and discover the questions you can ask teachers to help make your coaching conversations more effective.

I share my coaching mistakes and the things that helped me move beyond negative coaching patterns. Listen to learn my biggest tip for breaking a negative coaching pattern and how it changes relationships with teachers.

Topics and Questions Discussed in Episode 101 - Breaking a Negative Coaching Pattern

  • My definition of a coaching pattern and how to recognize a negative one
  • Why coaches need to reflect on how they contribute to any negative coaching patterns
  • How changing our responses changes the pattern and creates different outcomes
  • Why being curious and asking questions is the best way to change a negative coaching relationship
  • The problem with making assumptions and being defensive
  • Examples of negative patterns I had with teachers and how I changed them
  • What to do when teachers complain or say, "That won't work with my students"
  • The question I ask teachers that changed everything
  • Tips for shifting the dialogue from "you should do this", to "let's understand and fix the problem together"
  • Why modeling is crucial for teachers and students

This episode is part of my podcast series on reflecting and looking back. All month, we'll be reflecting on our coaching work this year. Be sure to check out all of May's episodes as they come out.

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Saturday, April 30, 2022

100th episode: Turning the Tables on Chrissy with Laura Hunt Palacios, Ep. 100 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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Today we're celebrating 100 episodes!

I still can’t believe I’ve put out that many episodes of The Coaching Podcast since February 2019! That’s a lot of shows!

For this special episode, I invited my dear friend Laura Hunt Palacios to interview me. She’s going to ask things she’s always wanted to know about me and some burning questions from listeners. Buckle up coaches because asking interesting questions is one of Laura’s specialties

So whether you want to know if I prefer doughnuts or candy, what books I’ve been reading, or about my favorite PD ever, this is the episode for you!

I hope you enjoy it and please keep those questions coming!

Topics and Questions Discussed in Episode 100 - 100th Episode: Turning the tables on Chrissy with Laura Hunt Palacios

  • My favorite podcasts
  • Why I tell myself to “just shut up” sometimes
  • My best classroom management tips and why it’s necessary to explicitly teach kids routines
  • How to positively talk to teachers and students
  • Why a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work and what to do instead.
  • Tips for connecting with students and teachers
  • How to be an authentic and real person at school 
  • Why coaches need to give teachers multiple opportunities and not judge them on a singular experience
  • Ideas for improving your coaching relationship with teachers
  • My favorite books for kids, teachers, coaches, and pleasure
  • The professional development experience that impacted me the most as an educator
  • Why I love teaching writing best
  • My beliefs about scripted teaching programs
  • How student-centered coaching can take the focus off teachers and make coaching more meaningful
  • Why teachers need to be reflective practitioners
  • How my co-workers have influenced me and what I’ve learned from them

As I reflect on 100 episodes, I want to say thank you to all my amazing guests, especially Laura for helping with this episode. You all have impacted my life in so many ways. I’m truly grateful for each and every one of you.

I also want to thank my husband, Fernie, for editing my show and making me sound great.

And a big THANK YOU to all of you who listen, rate, review, and share this podcast. I wouldn't be here without you. I appreciate you more than I can ever express with words.

I’m excited to continue serving the coaching community and sharing valuable insights and resources with all of you. Here’s to another 100 episodes!

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Saturday, April 23, 2022

Productivity for Instructional Coaches: A Coaching Call with Courtney Staley, Ep. 99 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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When it comes to productivity, instructional coaches face unique challenges. One of the biggest issues for coaches is managing their time. Most days school schedules change, and urgent things pop up. This makes it hard to focus and accomplish things on your to-do list.

So, what can you do if you feel like you’re stretched too thin and have no control over your calendar?

On the latest episode of The Coaching Podcast, I have a coaching call with Courtney Staley. We chat about the challenges of trying to do it all and how to make time for what matters most. During the conversation, we discuss modeling with a small group, ideas for collaborative planning sessions, and micro coaching. Listen to learn the steps I recommend for defining your coaching role and how to share it with teachers. 

If you're an instructional coach looking for ways to be more productive, this episode is for you. It's packed with tips and tricks to help you manage your time more purposefully.

Topics and Questions Discussed in Episode 99 - Productivity for Instructional Coaches

  • How to balance your many coaching and non-coaching responsibilities 
  • Coaching in middle school
  • Supporting teachers with collaborative planning
  • Defining your coaching role when you have multiple administrators on campus
  • How having a narrow focus can help you and the teachers you coach
  • Modeling with your small group
  • Coaching long-term substitute teachers
  • Micro coaching

Listen to this podcast episode for helpful tips on being more productive and managing your schedule!

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Saturday, April 16, 2022

How to Run Your Life with Kendra Adachi, Ep. 98 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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Ready to change how you think about your to-do list?

On this episode of The Coaching Podcast, Kendra Adachi of The Lazy Genius Collective joins me to talk about how to run your life with less stress. I’ve been following Kendra on Instagram for a while and wanted to bring her on to help us prioritize our to-do list. 

Kendra is the author of the book The Lazy Genius Way. In the book, she encourages people to embrace what matters and ditch what doesn't so they can get things done. On the show, she shares two of the principles from the book - Decide Once and The Magic Question. These two principles require small action now for big results later. I can't wait to try them myself!

During the interview, Kendra shares ideas for managing your time like a human, not a robot. She explains why we don't need permission to care about the things that matter to us. You're going to love all the tips she gives on the show!

Topics and Questions Discussed in Episode 98 - How to Run Your Life with Kendra Adachi

  • The steps coaches can take to figure out what matters most
  • Removing the pressure to get it right and what to do instead
  • What to do when what matters changes
  • Why over-optimizing isn't the answer
  • How to remove the expectation that you must make every moment count
  • The trouble with decision fatigue and why writing decisions down makes you more likely to stick with them
  • Why being organized doesn't need to be all or nothing
  • The power of building the right morning routines
  • How she discovered the 13 principles in her book
  • The reasons coaches and administrators need to give themselves more compassion and kindness

After you listen to the episode, think about which of these ideas you could implement right away to change your life for the better. You can share what you tried on my Instagram.

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Saturday, April 9, 2022

Conquering Your Chaos with Kierra of Miss Unconventional, Ep. 97 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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Instructional coaches are asked to do lots of things but don't have the time to do them all. That’s why I’m calling this month’s series on The Coaching Podcast, “So much to do, so little time”. 

On this episode, productivity and time management coach Kierra of Miss Unconventional joins me. We talk about setting goals, gaining clarity, and conquering your chaos. During our chat, Kierra shares how coaches can set boundaries and be more purposeful with their time.

Conquering Your Chaos 

We all know a lack of boundaries is prevalent in education. Kiera says that this lack of boundaries allows other people to impose their priorities on us, and clouds our judgment about what’s important. To get control of your time she recommends getting clarity around your role and setting boundaries. Once you define your role it's easier to create an aligned coaching schedule and prioritize what's important.

Productivity Personas

Kierra uses relatable productivity personas to help her coaching clients identify what’s holding them back. Here’s a brief description of each one. You may relate to one or all of them. 

No Boundaries Barbara 

Barbara allows others' agendas and emergencies to take precedent over her needle-moving tasks. She struggles to get her most important tasks done. Kierra says that people like Barbara shouldn’t be afraid to set boundaries because it might be liberating for both parties.

No Clarity Cara

Cara longs for purpose but lacks clarity. Her lack of self-awareness means that she doesn’t have a grand vision for her life or career. Kierra says if we're like Cara we need to ask deep questions and take time to reflect on what truly brings us joy.

No Focus Fiona

Fiona has a strong desire to be productive, but she just can’t seem to get it together. She wears a lot of hats and is constantly distracted by her environment. Kiera explains that the problem is that when we aren't focused we let tasks pile up and it can be overwhelming to start tackling them all.

No Help Halle

Halle has a superhero complex and doesn’t ask for help. She struggles with relinquishing control and this causes her to constantly operate outside her zone of genius. Halle often feels like if she doesn’t do it herself, it won’t get done. I used to be like her, but the day I learned to ask for help was one of the best days in my coaching life. Don't be afraid to ask for help!

No Systems Sandra

Sandra is ambitious and goal-oriented, but she has no systems in place to support her. As a result, she suffers from exhaustion and burnout. The thought of putting systems in place sounds like a waste of time to her. If you relate to Sandra, Kierra suggests putting 3 systems in place to help you get control back in your life. You can learn about the systems she recommends and more details about each persona in the episode.

10 Step Goal Alchemy

A lot of people set goals but don’t achieve them. During our talk, Kiera explains that setting relevant and realistic goals are non-negotiable when you're trying to conquer the chaos. 

Kierra has a 10-step goal alchemy formula that she shares on the podcast. This is a monthly goal-setting intensive that she does with her clients. Listed below are the steps. You can listen to the episode for more details about each one.

  1. Select a word of the month
  2. Write an affirmation using the word of the month
  3. Write your “why”
  4. Write a mantra that will sustain your motivation when things get tough
  5. Set 3 – 5 SMART goals
  6. Turn your SMART goals into gratitude statements
  7. Write an action statement for each goal
  8. Create a monthly vision board
  9. Select an accountability partner
  10. Set up check-in dates

Get Started Conquering Your Chaos

At the end of the episode, I ask Kierra to share some things coaches can do to conquer the chaos right now. Her first recommendation is to ask questions that help you become more self-aware. Self-awareness will allow you to identify your goals and focus on achieving them. 

Her second suggestion is to design your ideal morning. Having a morning routine that nourishes you is a great way to start your day and sets the tone for the rest of it.

This episode is packed with so much gold when it comes to productivity and creating clarity in your coaching role. Ready to listen? You can listen below with the media player, or search for Buzzing with MS. B: The Coaching Podcast anywhere you listen to podcasts!

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Saturday, April 2, 2022

3 Times to Say No, Ep. 96 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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This April on The Coaching Podcast we're talking all about productivity. I'm calling this series, “So much to do, so little time”. I’m sure everyone can relate to having too many things to do, and not enough time to do them.

Our lives don't have to be quite so hectic. It's just a matter of recognizing that we have limited time and need to be selective about what we try to squeeze into it.

On this first episode in the series, we’re talking about 3 times to say no. When I was a new teacher, I had trouble saying no. I'd said yes to everything. I was on every committee under the sun. It pulled my time in so many directions and didn't make me a better teacher for the most part.

My district used to provide coaches with professional developments to give during PD days. They started giving us a folder with materials and called it PD in a box. Often what they supplied wasn't relevant to my teachers' needs. I felt like a lot of the activities they gave us missed the mark. 

I’d take it upon myself to read through the materials and completely rebuild the PD into something that better supported my teachers. It took A LOT of time. I was redoing the entire PD and nobody even asked me to do it. I was reinventing everything, and it took up my time.

3 Times to Say No

It can be hard to say no to people when they ask for help. I’ve been guilty of this myself. But there are times when we need to say no.

Here are three times to say no and some tips for justifying it if you need to. 

1. It doesn’t fit into your schedule

When something doesn’t fit into your schedule, you have two choices.

a. Offer to do prep work at home

I would often offer to do a small project at home, rather than sacrifice the limited time I had on campus with teachers and kids. If you have the time available, this might be an option for you. 

Only do this if you have the ability and bandwidth for it. If it’s going to be too much for you, don’t offer to do it. The task will get done even if you don't do it.

b. Say no

Believe me, I know it can be hard to say no but sometimes you don’t have any extra time. When you have to say no because you can’t fit another thing on your calendar you can respectfully say something like this:

“I wish I could help with that. If I knew earlier I might have been able to fit it in, but this week is booked solid. I can share my calendar with you if you'd like to check it out.”

If your principal pushes back, you can offer to look at your calendar together and figure out what can be taken out to fit in the new thing This put the responsibility back on the principal and shows it's a little bit much for one person.

2. Steals Your Prep Time

It’s not selfish to be prepared. To be an effective coach, you need to do prep work. When I was a coach there were many days when there was zero white space on my schedule. That meant I had to get good at building prep time purposely. I booked little chunks of time throughout my week to prepare for PLC, PD, and other things.  

Unfortunately, prep work is invisible to many principals and teachers. They often don't realize that you have to do it, so it’s not on their radar. That’s why you need to include prep time on your calendar. If it's not on your calendar, it's not clear to anyone else what you're doing during the day.

3. You're giving up your precious personal time

This was the hardest for me. I always felt like it was my responsibility to help teachers and would sacrifice my personal time. When I did this, I ended up not showing up as my best self. I was worn out and frustrated.

Making time on your personal calendar is necessary. Having lunch, being able to walk instead of running from one room to the other, and yes even using the bathroom are all important. You're a human being and require maintenance to function at your best.

Bonus tip

If you’re a coach who needs to justify their time and why you're saying no, start documenting where your time goes. Keep a calendar of what you do every day. There are lots of different options available in both paper and digital formats. 

This is really effective for showing why you don't have time for anything extra. Documenting your time may also help you identify where your time is going and the tasks you’re doing that aren’t part of your agreed-upon coaching role.

There you have it, three times to say no. While it may be uncomfortable at first, it gets easier with practice. Give these tips a try and let me know how it goes. Happy Coaching!

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Saturday, March 26, 2022

Supporting Teachers in In-Person and Virtual Teaching: A Coaching Call, Ep. 95 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

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This month on The Coaching Podcast we’ve been chatting about the challenges in education brought on by the pandemic. We’ve focused on supporting teachers in in-person and virtual teaching.

On this episode, I'm joined by Felicia, a first-year instructional coach. During our coaching call, we discuss how she can define her role and build trust with teachers. We talk about her goals and ways to get teachers excited about coaching.

The Role of an Instructional Coach

The role of an instructional coach has changed so much in the last two years. Coaching is very different now. It can be hard for teachers to identify coaching responsibilities, especially since coaches have been doing a lot of things that aren’t part of our job description.

Like many coaches, Felicia struggles with clearly defining her role and communicating it to her team. To get a sense of what she wants her role to be, I suggest imagining what an ideal coaching day looks like. Specifically, identifying how she wants to spend most of her time growing her teachers. 

Felicia says that she wants to understand the needs of her teachers better, especially during this time of transition in education. She also wants to work through coaching cycles and do PLC work. 

I recommend that she have a conversation with her administration, so there’s a clear understanding of her role and how she approaches coaching work. She can then send a survey to teachers or have an informal chat to learn what they would like help with. Once she knows what the teachers want to focus on, she can start coaching with purpose.

Supporting Teachers in In-Person and Virtual Teaching

During the coaching call, we talk about different ways that Felicia can support her teachers. Below are some ideas we discussed on the show. If you want to hear all the details, click on the media player below to listen to the entire episode.

Coaching Menu

A coaching menu is a collection of the supports that you're prepared to offer teachers. You can create a simple one-page document describing the different supports and share it with teachers. It doesn’t need to be fancy. The simpler the better so teachers don’t feel overwhelmed.

Showcase Work with Other Teachers

Try to find a teacher you’ve worked with that is willing to share their coaching experiences. You can use them as a little commercial. Take 10-15 minutes during a PD to have them share out or show photos from your work together as a slideshow. It will showcase the good work you’ve done and get other teachers interested in your coaching services.

Coffee with a Coach

Another suggestion I had for Felicia is doing coffee or cupcakes with a coach. You invite teachers to come and get treats. While they're there, you tell them about what you do and ask them questions to find out what support they need.

Listen for Coaching Opportunities

It can be really helpful to listen for opportunities to coach. Now I know it doesn't sound like much, but you'll find little opportunities by listening for complaints, problems, or challenges. You can then offer to work with the teacher to come up with solutions. It’s a very effective way to initiate a coaching cycle organically.

Observing Other Teachers

Our coaching work doesn't always have to be us, as the partner for the learning. You can arrange for teachers to observe each other. 

One important thing to remember is that the lessons teachers see don’t have to be perfect. There’s value in watching lessons that didn’t go as planned.

I suggest Felicia try having her teachers observe each other. They can even do it virtually because they’re already teaching using a hybrid model. Then you don't need to find any coverage. They can watch it when it's convenient. 

Final Thoughts on Supporting Teachers in In-Person and Virtual Teaching

Coaching is necessary for everyone not just teachers who are struggling. We can all build our skills and hone our craft.

During the call, Felicia and I discuss common coaching issues that both new and seasoned coaches face on the job. I give you lots of ideas to help figure out what to focus on and how you can build trust so that your coaching is beneficial for everyone.

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