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David Pittman shares the importance of a principal-coach agreement and offers guiding questions to get started.
Instructional coach David Pittman is inspired by the pop culture ninja and considers three types of “ninja feedback” to empower teachers to reflect on their instruction and assessment data.
David Pittman unfolds a coaching process to provide teachers with a mirror so they can reflect deeply and discover their next instructional moves.
David Pittman uses welcome slides to set a purpose and orient participants to the professional learning session.
David Pittman thinks through what really matters and nourishes him as well as the teachers he serves when it comes to assessing his impact as a literacy coach.
When David Pittman says no to a task outside his coaching role, he shows a commitment to his priorities. David describes the tension and nuances of saying no, and the effect it can have on coaching relationships.
David Pittman takes teachers in a PLC through a student-centered experience to help them understand a specific standard.
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