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Instructional Coaching Corner
Category: K-12
Location: Iowa
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June 18, 2018 12:45 PM PDT

LaVonna Roth is the founder of Ignite Your Shine. Join Greg and guest host Kelly as they sit down and talk to LaVonna about her core SHINE principles and other takeaways from her keynote address at the KPEC Conference in Dubuque, IA. This was recorded live and in an open setting.

June 06, 2018 07:56 AM PDT

Join Greg and Jenny as they talk about the difference of being at fault for something and embracing the responsibility to repair relationships. We can be sorry and not at fault correct?

May 22, 2018 05:21 AM PDT

It is often said that someone who went to school in the 1800s would recognize much of the same concepts and teaching techniques in the classroom today. In some situations this is sadly true, however, many in education are pushing the boundaries of their thinking and practice to deliver top notch instruction to students. Join Greg and Jenny as they dive into the latest mindset shifts in today’s literacy world.

May 08, 2018 01:01 PM PDT

Have you ever made an excuse for why you couldn't do something? Of course, we all have. Join Greg and Jenny in this minicast as they dive into the idea of escuse making. Sometimes we simply need to drop the excuse, do our best, and forget the rest.

February 20, 2018 01:30 PM PST

Nostalgia is awesome right? Yes it is, until however, we cross the line of wishing ourselves back and longing for those days and times. Join Greg and Jenny as they talk about nostalgia and how it can put a damper on change.

February 12, 2018 12:58 PM PST

Guided reading…it is one of the largest blocks of time in any elementary classroom. There are multiple groups learning to read and comprehend material at their specific instructional level. It is also one of the most questioned times of the day for many teachers. Join Greg and Jenny as they dig into the concept of guided reading and discuss an overview of what it is and what it should entail.

December 18, 2017 01:11 PM PST

Wait what...JHills favorite Christmas food memory is cheese curds? You mean GD enjoys Christmas songs in the tune of Metallica and ACDC? Join Greg and Jenny as they share some Christmas memories and joys in the sencond annaul Christmas special. This episode contains zero education content smiley.

December 12, 2017 01:00 PM PST

In part three of this three part podcast series Greg sits down and talks with author of Ask Powerful Questions Will Wise to discuss dropping the why questions for how and what questions. Along with the power of empathy.

WiLL WiSE has over two decades of experience custom building leadership programs for corporate and nonprofit groups. He has earned a reputation as one who can transform groups and people into their best selves. Tens of thousands of people have been empowered with positive communication skills after spending some time with WiLL and We!™ Most recently, WiLL has also added author to his list of accomplishments with the release of his new book, Asking Powerful Questions. Will lives in State College, PA with his amazing wife, Heather, and their three children.

About the Book:
When there is a lack of trust in a team—ask powerfully!

In Ask Powerful Questions, Will Wise explains how the questions we traditionally ask are virtually meaningless when it comes to establishing trust and connection.

If you want to transform “How are you?—I’m fine, thanks” into a conversation that changes not only how you lead, but who you are as a person, I highly recommend you check out Will’s new book, Ask Powerful Questions, here: https://weand.me/2017/09/22/book-launch-ask-powerful-questions/

Introducing a set of practical tools for accessing and understanding others by changing the way we ask questions, Will invites you to explore your own clarity of intent, improve your rapport, create openness, listen reflectively and grow empathy.

December 04, 2017 07:58 PM PST

What is normal to us is not always the norm for others. Join Greg and Jenny as they discuss the importance of realizing the importance of accepting each other's normal.

November 28, 2017 10:54 AM PST

In part two of this three part podcast series Greg and Jenny sit down and talk with author of Ask Powerful Questions Will Wise and discuss the importance of rapport and listening.

WiLL WiSE has over two decades of experience custom building leadership programs for corporate and nonprofit groups. He has earned a reputation as one who can transform groups and people into their best selves. Tens of thousands of people have been empowered with positive communication skills after spending some time with WiLL and We!™ Most recently, WiLL has also added author to his list of accomplishments with the release of his new book, Asking Powerful Questions. Will lives in State College, PA with his amazing wife, Heather, and their three children.

About the Book:
When there is a lack of trust in a team—ask powerfully!

In Ask Powerful Questions, Will Wise explains how the questions we traditionally ask are virtually meaningless when it comes to establishing trust and connection.

If you want to transform “How are you?—I’m fine, thanks” into a conversation that changes not only how you lead, but who you are as a person, I highly recommend you check out Will’s new book, Ask Powerful Questions, here: https://weand.me/2017/09/22/book-launch-ask-powerful-questions/

Introducing a set of practical tools for accessing and understanding others by changing the way we ask questions, Will invites you to explore your own clarity of intent, improve your rapport, create openness, listen reflectively and grow empathy.

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