Welcome to “Ask the Tech Coach,” a podcast for Instructional Coaches and Technology Integration Specialists.
In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” Jeff and Susan discuss the various relationships that are formed when creating an Instructional Coaching Department. For more information, please visit our recent blog post.
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The Importance of Professional Coaching Relationships
- Why are coaching relationships important?
- Who should be setting up coaching relationships?
- Who should coaches be interacting with throughout the year?
- An outline of Coaching Relationships
- Coach/Library Media Specialist
- Coach/Building Administrator
- Coach/Central Office Administrator
- Coach/IT Department
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