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Cognitive coaching: Its influences on teachers

B Alseike 1997

Cognitive coaching is a form of staff development that is gaining in popularity despite minimal research to support its merit as a process for professional growth. This quantitative study assessed the influences of cognitive coaching on elementary teachers using the Cognitive Coaching Survey. Part I of the survey, based on teacher percept...

Cites in Google Scholar: 36
Cognitive coaching: A foundation for renaissance schools.

A Costa, R Garmston 1994

This book offers guidelines for understanding the role and power of cognitive coaching to improve teacher effectiveness. Cognitive coaching is nonjudgmental, relies on trust, facilitates mutual learning, and enhances growth toward working independently with others. A coaching relationship can be established among fellow teachers, administ...

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Integrating Formative Portfolio Assessment, Reflective Practice, and Cognitive Coaching into Preservice Preparation.

BB Geltner 1993

An innovative approach to the preparation of school administrators is described in which instructor and student come together in a learning situation that integrates three core components: (1) formative portfolio assessment; (2) reflective practice; and (3) cognitive apprenticeship. The operation and impact of this approach are illustrate...

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The effect of cognitive coaching on the conceptual development and reflective thinking of first year teachers

J Edwards Dissertation Abstracts International 1993

This study examined the effect of cognitive coaching on the conceptual development and reflective thinking of first year teachers. Two groups of first year teachers participated in the study. The experimental group (N = 16) received cognitive coaching, developed by Costa and Garmston, from staff developers who had been trained in its use....

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The Effects of Cognitive Coaching on Teacher Efficacy and Empowerment.

JL Edwards, RR Newton 1995

This study examined the relationship between training in Cognitive Coaching and a number of qualitative and quantitative components of teacher cognition and behavior hypothesized to be positively impacted by such training. Cognitive Coaching involves a planning conference between coach and teacher, classroom observation, and a reflecting ...

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Growth in Coaching Skills over a Three-Year Period: Progress toward Mastery.

JL Edwards, KE Green 1999

This study examined cognitive coaching conferences between 1994 and 1997 as teachers practiced their coaching skills. Participants were part of a 3-year grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The cognitive coaching process was used to provide teachers with support in implementing content standards. Coaches participating in the ...

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The Effects of Cognitive Coaching and Nonverbal Classroom Management on Teacher Efficacy and Perceptions of School Culture.

J Edwards, K Green, CA Lyons, M Rogers, M Swords American Educational Research Association 1998

Teachers in this study participated in a 3-year grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education Fund for Innovation in Education. The purpose of the grant was to provide teachers with support in implementing standards-based education. Both treatment and control groups of teachers received instruction in implementing standards-based educa...

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