Learn the Art of Coaching this Summer!

What does summer have in store for you? Like most educators, you’re likely intending to improve your teaching skill set in some capacity. If the pile of professional development books you plan to read this summer is looking a little too daunting, consider a different approach to expanding your teaching talents–a seminar!

For two days this summer, Elena Aguilar, instructional & leadership coach and author of the hands-on resource The Art of Coaching: Effective Strategies for School Transformation, will offer a coaching course. It will take place in Oakland, California on July 29-30, 2013 from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

All details are below. Space is limited, so register early to secure your spot and save money! For more information, to read what others have to say, or to register, visit www.elenaaguilar.com.

The Art of Coaching 2013 Summer Institute by Jossey-Bass Education

Elena Aguilar is an instructional and leadership coach in the Oakland Unified School District. Elena writes about education for Edutopia and for Education Week’s Teacher Magazine, and she is a member of the Teacher Leaders Network (www.teacherleaders.org). In addition, Elena provides consulting services to schools. She was a founding member of ASCEND, a small school in the Oakland Unified School District, which opened in 2001. Elena taught English and History to grades six, seven, and eight. She also taught at the elementary and high school levels and was a lecturer in San Francisco State University’s Department of Elementary Education. Elena lives in Oakland, California with her husband and son. Please visit her at: www.elenaaguilar.com

 

 

The Art of Coaching: Effective Strategies for School Transformation (2013) — 9781118206539

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