Mentoring, Coaching, and Collaboration: : Special Edition for Laureate Education, Inc.
Publish Date: 2008-07-10
Mentors and coaches play a vital role in the teaching profession by providing support training and collegiality alleviating the isolation so often experienced by beginning teachers. Coaching expert Jim Knight brought together leading-edge scholars and practitioners of K12 professional development for this compilation of their visions of coaching including. Differentiated coaching.. Instructional coaching.. Content coaching.. Cognitive coaching.Additional topics include mentoring beginning teachers intergenerational considerations and working with different personality types. These excellent insights from experienced coaches are especially valuable in supporting teachers in meeting todays accountability challenges.Features. Edited - Jim Knight.. Author Affiliation - University of Kansas.. Binding - Paperback.. Pages - 296.. Publication Date - 10-Jul-08.. Primary Subject Code - Mentoring - C86.. Copyright Year -.. Item Weight - 22 oz.About the AuthorJim Knight is a research associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning and the president of the Instructional Coaching Group. Knight has authored articles on instructional coaching and school improvement in publications such as The Journal of Staff Development Principal Leadership The School Administrator Kappan and Teachers Teaching Teachers.