The Coach Adventure: Featuring Amy Illingworth

Amy Illingworth, The Coach Adventure

When we walk into a classroom, how do we, as leaders, change the perception so we are viewed as coaches instead of an evaluator? My guest today has constructed a road map to help instructional leaders build trust with their staff, identify their strengths, designing important questions and adding value to any classroom. Today’s guest is Amy Illingworth and she worked her way from a teacher to an Assistant Superintendent as she has used this coaching model to impact classrooms and many Aspiring Leaders.  

In this Episode, we discuss:

  • Building Powerful Instructional Leadership
  • Constructing the Impactful Questions
  • Finding Your Professional Learning Networks
  • Coaching with Professional Development 

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Todd Nesloney, Celebrate Your Story

Todd Nesloney, Celebrate Your Story

I want to invite you to an event that was just announced by Todd Nesloney, called “Celebrate Your Story”. This two day event will be January 24th and 25th, in Brenham TX. I will be speaking at the event with some of my Texas friends and it is going to be an incredible experience! This event is truly to provide enriching professional development for those who are looking to grow in their craft. If you want more details, CLICK HERE!

 


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About the author, Joshua

Joshua Stamper is a middle school Assistant Principal for a North Texas School District, where he's had the amazing opportunity to work at four campuses, two districts, and with hundreds of students, teachers, and administrators. Prior to Joshua's current position, he was a classroom educator and athletic coach for 6 years working with students in grades 6-8.

In addition to his administrative position, Joshua is a podcaster, blogger, leadership coach and education presenter.

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