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Literacy Coach Roles and Goals

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  1. Literacy CoachRoles and Goals Sharon Walpole University of Delaware

  2. Literacy Coaches are Learners • Learn about reading development • Engaged and active participation in all levels of professional development • Self-directed reading of professional materials • Self-directed networking

  3. Literacy Coaches are Learners • Learn about professional development • Engaged and active participation in all levels of professional development • Self-directed reading of professional materials • Self-directed networking

  4. Literacy Coaches are Grant Writers and Site Managers • Understand and review federal guidelines • Keep careful record of budgeting decisions and professional development activities • Collaborate with district personnel to provide reports • Manage site visits

  5. Literacy Coaches are School-Level Planners • Work with administrators to build school-level schedules to protect time for classroom instruction and intervention • Both whole-group and needs-based time • Work with administrators to plan time for small-group and whole-school professional development • Work with administrators and teachers to direct specialists and paraprofessionals • Work with teachers to build classroom schedules

  6. Literacy Coaches are Curriculum Experts • Learn about core curriculum and intervention materials • Extensive personal review of manuals • Research of program reviews • Interaction with publisher’s representatives • Observe curriculum in action

  7. Literacy Coaches are Researchers • Design, schedule and manage data collection • Interpret and share data with all stakeholders • Assess fidelity to school-wide model through observations • Assess relationship of fidelity to student achievement • Propose changes in school-level plan based on these analyses

  8. Literacy Coach as Teacher • Arrange for training in core program materials • Provide outside-the-classroom professional development through presentations and study groups • Provide inside-the-classroom professional development through modeling and observation-feedback

  9. What strengths do you bring?

  10. How will you EVER learn all of this stuff? Listen to Cece, a two-year veteran of Literacy Coaching

  11. A sample LC schedule: Week 1

  12. A sample LC schedule: Week 2