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ERIC Number: ED480876
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Jan-28
Pages: 23
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Using What We Know: Implications for Scaling-Up Implementation of the CCL Model.
Neufeld, Barbara
This report discusses the pilot phase of the implementation of Collaborative Coaching and Learning (CCL) in the Effective Practice schools of the Boston Public Schools. The report begins with a review of the challenges that content/literacy, whole-school change, and mathematics coaches encountered in the pilot implementation, including those of professional development. It then examines the organization and focus of the CCL and the implications of this coaching model for addressing the challenges previously elaborated. Coaching and coaching-related issues that need to be addressed in designing a scale-up of the CCL model in literacy are outlined. Other aspects of coaching are described, along with its integral role in improving teaching and learning. Much of what remains to be developed relates to the raining and supervision of CCL coaches and the infrastructure that will be required for roll-out on a larger scale. The report reiterates the conclusion of previous studies: CCL will not work without effective principal leadership. (SLD)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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