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Coaching helps teachers activate and better articulate their previous knowledge, skills, values, and belief systems, along with new concepts, to construct and continually refine an approach that is meaningful in their everyday work. This framework captures some commonalities of a positive coaching stance across contexts while allowing enough flexibility to make use of these ideas in ways that will serve that setting and teachers best.
Bank Street College of Education
coaching, developmental-interaction approach, early childhood education, early care and education, bank street college, professional development
Adult and Continuing Education | Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching | Early Childhood Education | Educational Methods | Other Teacher Education and Professional Development | Pre-Elementary, Early Childhood, Kindergarten Teacher Education
Casper, V., Gonzalez, M., Levine, T., Sharrock, E., & Schaeffing, A. (2022). A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street College of Education’s Developmental-Interaction Approach (DIA). Bank Street College of Education. https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/10
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