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Welcome to our mini-series Level Up Your Coaching! We interview 2 school leaders, 2 teachers, 2 librarians and 2 counselors to get their perspectives on coaching. Hearing perspectives from school leaders, counselors, teachers and librarians is a great way for coaches to better understand their impact on the school community.

In today’s episode, our panel of experts will share their responses to the question, “What do you do when you don’t have the opportunity to work with a coach?” Although it’s great to hear how valuable coaching has been to all of our guests, this topic in particular was a great reminder that coaching can come from many different people and teams in our school communities.

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Our Guest Panel of Experts

School Leaders

Rebekah Madrid

Rebekah Madrid on twitter

School Counselors

Niki Dinsdale

Niki Dinsdale on twitter

Adam Clark

Adam Clark on twitter


Merilyn Winslade

Merilyn Winslade on Twitter

Jabiz Raisdana

Jabiz Raisdana (IntrepidTeacher on Twitter)


Katy Vance

Katy Vance on twitter

Danny Glasner

Danny Glasner on twitter

Show Notes

As coaches, we can identify the elements that make this kind of peer coaching work and then apply them in our own coaching practice. And, for those of us that may be the only coach in the school or building, it’s a good opportunity to reflect on all of the different ways we can create our own professional learning networks – both within and beyond our school communities – to help us #coachbetter.


What do you do when you don’t have an Instructional Coach to work with?

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