Practice-Based Coaching: Learn About It and Do It!

Conference Year: 

2018

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This is a two-part intensive workshop focused on learning about practice-based coaching and its implementation (PBC; Snyder, Hemmeter & Fox, 2015) in center-based programs. PBC is an empirically-supported coaching approach that facilitates practitioner’s implementation of evidence-based practices.  In Part I, we will present and illustrate the PBC framework and each of the key components. We will discuss the research base that supports PBC and share implementation tools. In Part II, we will use case studies and simulation activities to practice implementing PBC on a targeted set of practices that support inclusion. Participants will engage in reflection and receive feedback from other participants and the session leaders.  The intensive workshop requires a 6-hour commitment: 3 hours on Tuesday and 3 hours on Wednesday.  Participants will be required to attend both parts of the intensive workshop.

Participants registering for this workshop must also register for the Inclusion Institute; the intensive workshop has a 6-hour commitment: 3 hours on Tuesday morning and 3 hours on Wednesday morning. 

Target audience: This workshop is open to all with a focus on professional development and technical assistance providers, administrators, coaches, and practitioners interested in being coaches.

Note: Because this Workshop occurs during two mornings for a total of 6 hours, participants registering for this workshop must already be registered for the full Inclusion Institute. (This is the only Pre-Institute Workshop that requires registering for the full Institute.) Register here for this Pre-Institute Workshop only.

Type: 

Pre-Institute

Room: 

Unassigned

Topic: 

Professional Development

Age Group: 

Birth to 5

Target Audience: 

Professional Development Providers
Practitioners
Local Administrators