Get on-demand access to our webinar with Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad, author of Everyday Instructional Coaching at the link below. Learn about the seven drivers Dr. Lang-Raad recommends instructional coaches use to transform coaching conversations and elevate the voices of all educators on a campus.
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Watch the webinar to:
- Explore the seven daily drivers necessary to become a more effective instructional coach.
- Gain strategies to strengthen relationships and improve outcomes with teachers and teacher teams.
- Access tools to help self-assess and adjust daily coaching practices.
- Understand the socio-cultural psychology and education research that support the seven daily drivers.
- Learn approaches you can use to keep pace with the demands on today’s educators, coaches, and instructional leaders.
Plus Nathan Lang-Raad will share a link to resources you can use in your daily coaching practice!
Dr. Nathan D. Lang-Raad is a speaker, author, and professional learning facilitator. He is the Chief Education Officer at WeVideo. Throughout his career, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, university adjunct professor, consultant, and education strategist. He was director of elementary curriculum and instruction for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, as well as education supervisor at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. He speaks at both local and national professional conferences and is the cofounder of Bammy Award-nominated #LeadUpChat, an educational leadership professional learning network (PLN) on Twitter. Nathan is also the cofounder of #divergED, a Twitter chat focused on divergent thinking and innovations in education. He is a Google Certified Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, and 2016 Apple Teacher, serves on the board of the Student Voice Foundation, and serves on the International Literacy Association Task Force.
Nathan is the author of Everyday Instructional Coaching and is currently co-authoring a book with Robert J. Marzano on the new art and science of teaching mathematics.
He has written several blog posts that have been featured on the EdTech K-12, Corwin Connect, Education Week, K-12 Blueprint, and Solution Tree websites.
Nathan received a bachelor of arts degree in general science-chemistry from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, a master of education degree in administration and supervision from the University of Houston-Victoria, and a doctorate of education degree in learning organizations and strategic change from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee.