Differentiated Coaching: A Framework for Helping Teachers Change

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Overview

Discover how a coaching model based on teachers’ learning styles can impact student success!

Help teachers understand how their strengths and beliefs may lock them into practices that can limit student success. The author uses research of personality, multiple intelligences, experiential learning models, and mind styles models to create a differentiated approach for staff development. Key elements include:

  • Understanding teachers’ strengths and beliefs
  • Providing information that can influence beliefs
  • Meeting teachers’ needs during change
  • Relating what is being learned to an existing problem

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Editorial Reviews

Kathryn Kee
"Jane Kise's Differentiated Coaching aligns withcoaching's fundamental belief in the other person's ability to generate solutions and continuously improve and grow.In our world of fast change and results thatoften minimize relationships and produce little change, this book illuminates the importance of intentionally knowing andcaring about those we coach.As a result, trust and respect exist and change becomes possibility!"
Charles F. Adamchick
"This is an outstanding book that has the potential to help educators make significant, positive changes in staff development and teaching.It has helped me,an experienced staff developer, understand for the first time the psychology of staff development.I now know why specific behaviors are observed during staff development and why it often does not promote real change.This book is a 'must-read' for all educators who want to successfully help others improve their practices. "
Lois Brown Easton
"Jane Kise really understands teachers.Results come when instructional coaches understand the beliefs and perceptions of the teachers with whom they are working and adapt their coaching moves to match those styles.Jane Kise uses her own coaching experiences with a variety of teachers to show how a framework for understanding their beliefs leads to results."
John S. Freeman
"Teacher-centered staff development recognizes the differences in adults that we seem to more easily recognize in our children. Much as we may oversimplify the delivery of staff development at the school or district level, practice informs us that one size clearly does not fit all. Kise provides us with a framework for acknowledging differences in adults and shows us how to use this framework to address these differences to support reform."
James M. Bauck
"Gives educators a framework for self-improvement, mentoring/coaching, staff development, sense of team, and the ultimate bottom line in education—student achievement.Provides practical implementation advice that is often 'missing in action' when solutions are created by researchers versus those in the trenches."
Meryl Babcock
"Kise helps teachers understand their strengths and styles and how to work with other staff members who have different or similar strengths and needs. The recommended coaching strategies encourage leaders to identify what teachers need during change and how to support these needs."
Charles F. Adamchik
"This is an outstanding book that has the potential to help educators make significant, positive changes in staff development and teaching.It has helped me,an experienced staff developer, understand for the first time the psychology of staff development.I now know why specific behaviors are observed during staff development and why it often does not promote real change.This book is a 'must-read' for all educators who want to successfully help others improve their practices."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412916431
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 6/28/2006
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 160,573
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Jane A. G. Kise, Ed. D., is an educational consultant, specializing in teambuilding, coaching, and professional development. She is also the author or coauthor of over 20 books, including Differentiated Coaching: A Framework for Helping Teachers Change; Differentiated School Leadership: Effective Collaboration, Communication and Change Through Personality Type; Intentional Leadership; and Life Keys: Discover Who You are. She holds an MBA in finance from the Carlson School of Management and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of St. Thomas, both in Minnesota. Kise has worked with diverse organizations across the United States and in Saudi Arabia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Her clients include Minneapolis Public Schools and various public and private schools, The Bush Foundation, NASA, Twin Cities Public Television, and numerous other institutions. She is a frequent workshop speaker and has presented at Learning Forward, ASCD, NCTM, NCSM, World Futures, and Association for Psychological Type International (APTi) conferences, including keynoting in Paris, Berlin, Sydney and Auckland. Kise’s research on coaching teachers for change received several awards. Her research on patterns in Jungian type and how students approach mathematics became a TEDx talk. She is a faculty member of the Center for Applications of Psychological Type and a past president of APTi.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
About the Author
Part I: Staff Development That Changes Classroom Practices
1. What Do Teachers Believe?
2. What Do Teachers Need During Change?
3. What Problems Do Teachers Want to Solve?
4. How Can Teachers Collaborate?
Part II: Developing a Language for Change
5. A Common Framework: Creating a Climate Where Change Is Possible
6. Learning Styles and Coaching: An Effective Alliance
7. Coaching Your Whole Staff for Change
8. Differentiated Coaching for Teachers: The Power of a Strengths-Based Model
9. A Framework for Solving Problems
10. Organizing Staff Development Efforts in the Same Backpack
Appendix A: The Sixteen Types: Strengths, Beliefs, and Needs During Change
Appendix B: Problem-Solving Model
Appendix C: Case Studies in Coaching Teachers for Change
References
Index

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