Creating an environment for successful instructional coaching

05/22/2011 | Edutopia.org

Transformational leadership coach Elena Aguilar describes in this blog post the four conditions she says should be in place for instructional coaching to be successful. Aguilar notes that a school's culture must be open to learning, growth and collaboration, with a principal in place who has a positive view of coaching and is willing to act as a partner in the process. Ample opportunities for professional development for coaches also is essential, Aguilar writes.

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