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Workshop: Transformational Coaching in Independent Schools (Bay Area)

Details

Session 1

Date: October 3, 2018
Time: 9:00-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Session 2

Date: December 6, 2018
Time: 9:00-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Session 3

Date: February 6, 2019
Time: 9:00-3:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Session 4

Date: April 24, 2019
Time: 9:00-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Fee: $1500 Members; ($2250 Non-members)

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Transformational Coaching in Independent Schools (Bay Area)

Designed for coaches at all levels within their school sites, from classroom instructors to school leaders, 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/discuss the challenges and successes of their work.

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Facilitators

Lori Cohen

Lori Cohen

Lori Cohen has worked in education (both public and independent) for two decades and currently serves as the Dean of Faculty at the Bay School of San Francisco. Prior to her current role at Bay, Lori taught Humanities, Literature, and Religion/Philosophy courses; served as an Instructional Coach; and was the founder/coordinator of Bay's Teaching Fellows program. This will be Lori’s sixth year as a co-facilitator/teacher leader in Teaching Foundations, a program that brings her joy and professional rejuvenation. In addition to facilitating professional development, teaching, and leading, Lori actively works towards equity and social justice in education, striving to offer access and pathways for all school stakeholders to thrive.
Lisa Haney

Lisa Haney

Lisa Haney is a lifelong educator of youth and adults. Prior to becoming Executive Director of the CATDC, she enjoyed a 25-year-career at the Athenian School, serving as an English teacher, international program director, and humanities department chair. In her most recent capacity as dean of faculty development, Lisa spearheaded a process to develop Athenian’s Standards of Excellent Teaching and design a comprehensive new professional development and evaluation program. Beyond Athenian, Lisa has engaged in teacher education through UC Berkeley Extension, as well as the Berkeley and San Francisco Unified School Districts. An expert in cross cultural communication, Lisa was selected to be an English Language Fellow with the US State Department in 2006 to help improve English language education in Tanzania, working directly with primary school teachers as well as developing and delivering an in-service training program which was adopted by the Tanzanian Ministry of Education and replicated nationwide. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley and a M.A.T. from the School for International Training, Vermont.
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