Instructional Coaching for Secondary School Transformation

By Tom Vander Ark
February 8, 2016

This article the second in a three part series on instructional coaching and professional learning. In 2012 Gary Barber took over as superintendent of Marion, Ohio and the district launched a series of community conversations that led to aggressive reforms seeking improved academic performance and workforce preparation. The conversations with teachers about their next-generation vision led to the development of the 7C’s to College and Career Competency, a foundational model that can be used from the classroom to district level for organization of instruction to authenticate and personalize learning.

Source Organization: Getting Smart 

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