Designed for instructional leaders at all levels within their school sites, from classroom teachers to school administrators, this ongoing program will explore the habits and practices of transformational coaching.
SESSION 1: October 10, 2019 at Maxwell House in Pasadena
SESSION 2: December 9, 2019 at Maxwell House in Pasadena
SESSION 3: January 27, 2020 at Maxwell House in Pasadena
SESSION 4: March 19, 2020 at Maxwell House in Pasadena
Designed for instructional leaders at all levels within their school sites, from classroom teachers to school administrators, this ongoing workshop will explore the habits and practices of transformational coaching. An essential goal of this series is to build a community of coaching practitioners in support of one another. Participants will review essential tools for transformational coaching, read professional literature on the subject of coaching—and engage in experiential activities to build greater capacity in their roles.
After applying new skills to their unique school settings, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on and discuss the challenges and successes of their work.
Lori Cohen has worked in education (both public and independent) for two decades as a teacher, instructional coach, and school leader. She currently works as an independent school consultant for Bright Morning Consulting, supporting schools in a range of capacities. With the CATDC, Lori serves as coordinator for Teaching Foundations, a program that brings her joy and professional rejuvenation. In all her work, Lori actively engages in equity and social justice, striving to offer access and pathways for all school stakeholders to thrive.
Eryn Hoffman has worked in education for more than 15 years. She has been a teacher, curriculum leader, and administrator at several Los Angeles-area independent schools, and has served as a mentor-teacher and professional development coordinator for K-12 teachers in both public and private schools. She holds a B.A. from Yale University and her Doctorate in Education from USC, with a focus on successful models of global education and external partnerships in K-12 schools. In her most recent role before joining the CATDC, Eryn developed and ran Windward School’s Global Education Program, serving as the Director of Global Programs, and also furthered the school’s collaborative efforts and innovative pedagogies through research and outreach as the first-ever Director of the Windward Institute.
Date: October 10, 2019
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