“I Am The Coach That I Am Because Of Edthena” – An Interview With A Real-Time Teacher Coach

We recently sat down with Samantha Reichard, a Multi-Classroom Leader and Real Time Teacher Coach at Ranson IB Middle School, a Project L.I.F.T. school in Charlotte, NC.

In her work as a Multi-Classroom Leader, Samantha coaches the Real Time Teacher Coaches at Ranson on how they provide real-time coaching to classroom teachers. This is coaching that entails providing teachers with real time feedback as they execute lessons using innovative “bug in the ear” technology.

Samantha helps coaches improve using the CT3 Education Real Time Teacher Protocols, along with CT3’s No-Nonsense Nurturing Framework.

But CT3’s tools are not the only tools she utilizes in her work.

“Video Extends The Frequency and Quality Of The Coaching We Provide” – Video Coaching at UC Denver

UC Denver’s ASPIRE To Teach program (Alternative School Professionals in Real-World Experiences) supports more than 200 teachers from unique career backgrounds across the state of Colorado each year. Despite the distances that separate teachers in their placements, coaches in the program observe teachers in action more than twice a month. The program’s proven ability to move…