Program Information

Program Name:
Student-Centered Coaching in Math
Session Title:
Student-Centered Coaching in Math Spring 2019
Session Description:
In this asynchronous course, participants will apply the student-centered coaching model to mathematics coaching. For participants who have not taken Foundations of Student-Centered Coaching, this course will also serve as a brief introduction to the seven essential practices of that coaching model. All participants will extend and apply those essential practices to mathematics, focusing on connecting to current expectations of K-12 mathematics instruction.
Session Date(s):
April 7th - May 11th, 2019

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