The indelible impact of COVID-19 has changed the role instructional coaches play in literacy learning and leadership in ways that will persist beyond the pandemic. In this three-hour event, presenters will offer insight on what it means to be a coach in 2022, as well as share strategies for strengthening the entire literacy leadership team.

What to expect:

  • Ways to define coaching in the context of a full leadership team and why that’s important
  • Shifts to support effective literacy leadership during times of disrupted learning
  • Models of coaching that improve student outcomes through teacher/coach partnerships
  • Ideas for planning ahead: What to do now to prepare for a successful school year
  • Coaching practices that promote equity, social-emotional learning, and more


Hosted by Jacy Ippolito, with a keynote by Rita Bean, the Intensive also features Adam Brieske-Ulenski, Pamela A. Mason, and Benjamin Piper; a conversation and Q&A with all speakers rounds out the event.

Your registration gives you access to both the live event and the on-demand recording, which will be available to you through November 12, 2022.

Who should register: Coaches, reading specialists, literacy supervisors/coordinators, instructional leads, and principals, either individually or (ideally) as full teams. University faculty and preservice coaches may also benefit from the program.

BONUS: Registration includes access to an exclusively on-demand workshop, facilitated by Ippolito and Bean, that guides teams though the process of creating an action plan for literacy leadership.

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