Thinking Aloud When Coaching in the Classroom

Written by Diane Sweeney and Leanna Harris Excerpted from Student-Centered Coaching: The Moves (Corwin, 2017) ​ Thinking aloud is a coaching move that increases the metacognition and reflection that occurs throughout a lesson. It most commonly occurs when a coach is co-teaching in a classroom. It sounds something like, ‘We just gave the kids a really tough question … Read more

Tools for Student-Centered Coaching

Note: This blog was originally posted in August 2016. It was updated in Spring 2020. 1) Results Based Coaching Tool This tool is used to document the impact of teacher and student learning across a coaching cycle. For more information: Watch this video on how to use the tool: PDF of the Results Based Coaching … Read more