Instructional Coaching Professional Learning Day

This new workshop explores the techniques of instructional coaching, a powerful way to frame feedback, hone listening and questioning skills, and bring out the best in faculty and students alike. Informed by the latest thinking in this emerging field, you’ll be equipped with a new perspective on teaching practises that will benefit all in your educational community and advance your students' learning. 

2019 Instructional Coaching Collaborative Workshop

Our first CIS Ontario Instructional Coaching Collaborative Workshop took place in October 2019 and was facilitated by Heather Clayton, an educator, leader, speaker, and developer of teams for over 20 years. 

Participants gained greater clarity about coaching and models of coaching. They learned and practiced skills such as: The 3 Levels of Listening, 5 Disciplines of Asking Questions, Principals for Constructing Effective Questions and more.

The afternoon offered an option to attend a workshop of Coaching Training with Heather Clayton or Coaching and Teacher Growth: Exploring Models and Sharing Practice with Mary Gauthier and Derrick des Vignes.

A huge thank you to the CIS Ontario Instructional Coaching Collaborative,  a group of committed educators who planned the day.

CIS Ontario: Instructional Coaching Workshop
Vision: To provide participants a reflective, collaborative, and inspiring learning experience that allows educators to develop instructional coaching skills and understandings that will advance student learning.
CIS Ontario: Curriculum Leaders

CO-CHAIRS

Derrick des Vignes
Instructional Coach Coordinator
Ridley College

Mary Gauthier
Executive Director, Greenwood Centre for Teaching and Learning
Greenwood College School

For additional information, please contact:
 
Sheri Little
Executive Assistant/ Event Manager
slittle@cisontario.ca
647-330-8622