Analysis of the coaches' perceptions and experiences revealed that a theory of qbecomingq a coach may involve a set of components including a coach's shift in conceptual identity which is determined by an individual's theoretical orientation, and understandings about educational change and school culture; a coach's beginning understandings about the practicalities of coaching; a coach's enacting new learning about coaching; and a coach's having access to ongoing support with differing contexts.He introduced Young Adult books and discovered the popularity of the Bluford Series (Townsend Press) and Sharon ... He included graphic organizers to help students organize their thinking. ... was improving: the students were writing five paragraph essays although aquot;poorly supported and showing little, if any, depth ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Growing Literacy in the South Carolina Reading Initiative-High Schools: Lived Experience of Three Literacy Coaches|
|Author||:||Deidre M. Clary|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|