North Coast School of Education

Professional Coaching and Mentoring Series Part 2

Part two of the Coaching and Mentoring Series takes a deeper look at the foundation of Coaching and Mentoring. Mentor Teachers enrolled in this course completed Part One of the Coaching and Mentoring Series during the previous school year or within the past two school years. Professional Coaching and Mentoring Series (Part 2) provides experienced educators with the skills necessary to work as coaches for candidate teachers or other colleagues. This workshop provides strategies that are research-based and have been proven to be effective for adult learners. Topics in this course include a review of paraphrasing and probing for clarity and specificity, and then an interactive coaching and listening section that allows participants to coach, and be coached by, a fellow Mentor Teacher.

This is a required training for all NCTIP mentor teachers and is designed to be taken in sequence, usually in the second year of the program, after Professional Coaching and Mentoring Series Part 1.

New Mentor Teachers enroll in Part 1 during their first year of coaching.

Returning Mentor Teachers who haven't had Peer Coaching (PC) or Advanced Peer Coaching within the last 5 years, enroll in PCMS Part 1.

Returning Mentor Teachers who have completed PC within 5 years enroll in PCMS Part 2.

For 2016-17, returning Mentor Teachers who have completed both PC and APC during the last 5 years may select either Part 1 or Part 2 as an optional training.

Break-out sessions in seminars will continue to provide on-going professional development for Mentor Teachers.

NCTIP is working on Part 3 to provide Mentor Teachers with annual training .

Please register by clicking on the session you want to attend:

Starts Fall 2016 | Varied times - See individual session listings with North Coast Teacher Induction Program Staff

Program/course fee covered through District MOU | for all NCTIP mentor teachers, $100 for all others

Location: Varied locations

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NCSOE Staff, (707) 524-2818, ncsoe@scoe.org