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It’s true that I’ll also observe how things are going in the classroom, but I will not be sharing details with your administrators. In fact, I go out of my way to avoid evaluating teachers in that way. That’s not my role. If the administrator wants to visit your classroom to see the program, that’s one thing, but I won’t be reporting to the administrator about how teachers are doing, except to say something positive! As in this sample script, open-ended questions provide teachers with the opportunity to share their initial thoughts.
By identifying barriers, the coach and teacher can identify potential strategies for overcoming these obstacles (discussed later in this chapter; see Chapter 4 for particular strategies). Ask teachers for their overall impressions of how the Lessons are going. For example, do they feel comfortable delivering them? Do they have enough time to complete each Lesson? Are the Lesson guides clear? Also inquire about student responses to the Lessons. Do students appear to enjoy the Lessons? Can teachers and students generalize the content to situations that arise in the classroom?
Teacher B: I think that too, and that you’ll probably have meetings with the principal to tell her how we’re doing. Coach: (With Humor) Ah, okay, so I’m kind of like a spy too? If those two things are true—that there’s a right way to do the program and that I am going to tell the principal how people are doing—what are your thoughts about that? Teacher B: I don’t really feel comfortable with that. Teacher A: I don’t even want you in my classroom if that is the case, but I guess I can’t do anything about it.
A step-by-step guide for coaching classroom teachers in evidence-based interventions by Dana D. Marchese et al.