Literacy Coaching: Developing Effective Teachers Through Instructional Dialogue.
LITERACY COACHING: Developing Effective Teachers Through Instructional Dialogue. Marilyn Marilyn can refer to:
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After the coach observes the teacher, takes notes, and prepares for the dialogue, she meets with the teacher to reflect on the lesson. Duncan provides examples of structured dialogue, and illustrates the development of an action plan, which then becomes "job embedded Inserted into. See embedded system. " professional development.
The teacher development cycle described in Chapter 5 clearly addresses implementing a process for instructional dialogue, detailing the roles of the teacher and coach and giving vivid examples. Feedback provides opportunities for teacher reflection, along with support from the coach. The accompanying DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
in full digital video disc or digital versatile disc
Type of optical disc. The DVD represents the second generation of compact-disc (CD) technology. focuses on instructional dialogue between a teacher and coach.
Marilyn Duncan has been a teacher for over 30 years. She has truly worked in the classroom with children and as a teacher developer. This experience allows the reader to understand that her methods are supported by experience in the classroom. Reviewed by Cynthia J. Lasky, Ed.D., Assistant Professor at Barry University History
Barry University began as a result of by Patrick Barry's (Bishop of St. Augustine, FL) and Mother M. Gerald Barry's (Prioress General of the Dominican Sisters of Adrian) dream of establishing an institution of higher education, one in which , Miami Shores, FL