Better lesson planning and troubleshooting instruction are what a Chambersburg, Pa., sixth-grade English language arts teacher Kristy Bankert says she gets from her weekly meetings with literacy coach Cynthia Henry. Calling it purposeful planning, Henry works directly with Bankert to address student needs. "That is a definite added bonus to having a coach. That has really driven my instruction this year -- just knowing I have that support and someone who's going to help me," Bankert said.
Good coach-teacher relationship leads to purposeful planning
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