Blocker Education

Coaching Practices for Continuous School Improvement™ Training

Workshop Description

Coaching Practices for Continuous School Improvement™ allows school leaders and leadership team members to develop their coaching capacities, equipping them with research-informed practices associated with improving student outcomes. Through an intensive full day of interactive learning sessions, participants can gain new perspectives on how they use coaching as a form of instruction while shifting away from compliance-driven methods towards evidence-based strategies to facilitate the successful implementation of the school improvement plan. 

The target audience for this workshop includes:

  • District administrators
  • Principals
  • Assistant principals
  • Instructional coaches
  • Department chairperson

Key Learning Outcomes

In the Coaching Practices for Continuous Improvement™ workshop, participants will:

  • Set clear improvement goals for increasing student outcomes
  • Identify components of an effective coaching strategy aimed at SIP goal progress
  • Determine key areas within the school setting to apply Coaching Practices™
  • Identify components of an effective inquiry-based coaching cycle
  • Use data-informed dialogue to give authentic feedback and promote staff reflection


Benefits to School-Based Team Leaders

  • Incorporate coaching strategies that assist school leaders with SIP planning and implementation
  • Strengthen day-to-day implementation of continuous improvement practices
  • Build coaching capacity to lead organizational and instructional change at the school and classroom levels
  • Develop an action plan to promote transfer into the local school setting and more


About the Facilitator



Dr. Tyrone Blocker founded and leads Blocker Education. He has more than 20 years of expertise in urban education and partners with system and school leaders at all levels of the K–12 public education system on school improvement initiatives. He went to Texas A&M University in College Station and earned his doctorate degree in curriculum and instruction.

Event Information

  • Friday, January 20, 2023
  • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM (CST)
  • In-Person Team Training
  • 7.0 Continuing Education Hours

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