The Alameda County Office of Education has put together this short promo video about our Core Coaching Network highlighting the work we do to support instructional coaches around the county.
The Core Coaching Network meets once a month to help instructional leaders at the district and site level advance the design and delivery of their own professional development. Network attendees learn to use the latest technology tools to support Common Core instruction and 21st century curriculum. They learn about and share best practices around adult learning, how to align tasks to assessments like SBAC, and how to facilitate the transformation of systems at their schools.
By building a strong and supportive community, the Core Coaching Network brings the expertise of colleagues from neighboring districts into one space in order for them to share their knowledge and challenges, extend their professional network, and deepen their understanding of Common Core content knowledge.
You can register yourself or your team here: https://2014corecoachingnetwork.eventbrite.com
-Maria Vlahiotis, Literacy Specialist, ACOE Core Learning