Coaching and Resources for Educators
ASSET’s Coaching and Resources for Educators (CARES) program aims to increase teacher self-efficacy and student engagement.
Participants receive non-evaluative, remote coaching in an area of their choosing. Recent sessions have helped educators navigate a remote learning environment, build relationships with students in remote and physically-distanced classrooms, and manage stress related to uncertainty and change.
ASSET’s professional learning and coaching model is a non-evaluative, adaptive, job-embedded approach to helping teachers overcome ever-changing landscapes and challenges to teaching and learning. Since 2010, ASSET’s coaching model has supported hundreds of educators, leading to improvements in teacher efficacy, leadership, and pedagogy as well as student achievement.
Rooted in improvement science and action research, ASSET’s coaching model utilizes a cyclical approach of inquiry, experimentation, feedback, and reflection to help educators focus on self-identified areas of instructional practice or the learning environment. Coaches integrate professional learning on research-based instructional strategies like inquiry, modeling, and formative assessment to help educators navigate the complexities of the change process.
CARES participants work one-on-one with a coach throughout the program. (If you are participating as a team, your team will meet with your coach as a group.) There are no classes.
After you register, you will receive a link to book your first session, an initial discovery conversation that can last 1 – 3 hours. Through collaborative inquiry, you will work with your coach to identify and set overall goals, expectations, and plans of what the coaching work should focus on.
Types of Coaching Available
Coaching activities may include, but are not limited to:
Virtual or robotics-assisted classroom observations
Professional Learning Community facilitation
Act 48 credits available