In this module, explore Practice-Based Coaching (PBC). Take a closer look at its components: collaborative partnerships, shared goals and action planning, focused observation, and reflection and feedback.
Maintaining child care partners is an important part of being an Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grantee. Explore the ways one grantee is building long-lasting partnerships.
Learn how staff can apply the Head Start Program Performance Standards to coaching. Find out how to put a research-based, coordinated coaching strategy into practice.
Discover what coaching in early childhood education (ECE) is all about. Find examples of delivery methods and coaching models. Learn how two states have incorporated coaching into their work.
Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) uses a cyclical process supports teachers’ use of effective teaching practices leading to positive outcomes for children. PBC occurs in the context of collaborative partnerships.
Early care and education staff and providers can use the Head Start Coaching Companion, which is a video sharing and coaching feedback application. It helps coaches and coaches and peer-coaching teams work together, even between coach visits or from a distance.
Program Leaders’ Guide to Practice-Based Coaching
This series of webinars is offered to coaches in Head Start programs. It provides a chance to connect, share ideas, and develop strategies for coaching teachers and home visitors using the Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) model.
Using Video to Improve Teaching and Learning