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Communication Plan

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Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Oral Communication

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WHY?

Communication

With people working so closely together, there are bound to be disagreements and conflicts that arise among professtiionals. Watch the following video on conflict resolution. Our school will focus on:- Setting up norms for handling conflict- Problem solving techniques - Negotiation techniques

Your ability to communicate comes from experience, and experience can be an effective teacher (McLean, 2016). Developing a communication plan and expectations will ease the coaching process.We will understand how others will communicate to us and we will communicate with others, which will free up thrinking time to process what others are teaching us throughout the coaching process. Listening to yourself, and the comments of others, help you reflect on new ways to present, or perceive, thoughts, ideas and concepts, which is the overall goal of coaching (McLean, 2016).

Your coach will always provide:- An atmosphere for trust and judgement free discussion- On-going appointments for individual meetings with teachers- Schedule of topics for weekly meetings- Clear and consise feedback - Provide teachers with log of work done with the coach- Provide PD opportunities as a staff

10 Ways for Administration to Support Coaches (Aguliar, 2014)1. Clarify confidentiality agreements2. Meet Weekly3. Co-create agendas for meetings 4. Align coaching model/plan5. Clarify coaching expectations6. Learn together7. Learn from coaches8. Support coach's learning9. Offer leadership guidance 10. Appreciate coaches

COMMUNICATION PLAN FOR COACHES AND TEACHERS

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ABOUT US

COMMUNICATION PLAN FOR COACHES AND PRINCIPALS

COMMUNICATION PLAN FOR PRINCIPALS AND STAFF

Your Principal will:- Organize and plan time for collaborative learning with coach and grade-level team- Provide meaninful staff development- Incorporate teacher ideas and needs into planning - Provide schedules and coverage for appointments - Trust teachers to implement instruction effectively (Stronge, Richard, & Catano,2008) - Use observations as a vehicle for improvement and professional growth (Stronge, et. al, 2008)

Reflect upon communication techniques we can use as professioinals

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References:Aguliar, E. (2014, October, 9). 10 ways for administrators to support coaches [Web based log]. Retrieved from http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/coaching_teachers/2014/10/10_ways_for_administrators_to_.htmlMcLean, S. (2016). Buisness communication for success. Chile: Flatworld Education. Stonge, J., Richard, H., & Catano, N. (2008). Instructional leadership: Supporting best practice. In Qualities of effective principals. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Nicole HargerCUR/540Instr. Sara MattsonMarch 7, 2016

Nicole HargerCUR/540Instr. Sara MattsonMarch 7, 2015


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