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Accessing the wireless network

Accessing the Wireless Network

  • Join the "Hempfield" wireless network, the password is connect5596.

  • Open a web browser and load a web page to trigger the authentication screen.  

  • Username: piic

    Password: coach1

Pa institute for instructional coaching

PA Institute for Instructional Coaching

IU 13 Coaches’ Meeting

September 18, 2012

This morning s agenda

This Morning’s Agenda

  • Welcome

  • The PIIC Model

  • World Café

  • Goal Setting

  • The PLN Connection

  • IU 13 Updates



  • Cocalico

  • Conestoga Valley


  • Hempfield

  • Manheim Central

  • Palmyra Area

  • Penn Manor

  • SDoL

Logging in to iu 13 piic moodle

Logging in to IU 13 PIIC Moodle

  • Go to

  • Log in using your login info on your agenda.

    • Pm—Penn Manor

    • He – Hempfield

    • Gs – Garden Spot

    • Ln – Lancaster

      Username: Two letters for school name, last name, first initial (ie – Lngalbraithk)

      Password: Changeme

  • Please add your name and email address to the list that is circulating the room if you cannot get in.

Please do now text rendering and questions game

Please Do Now(Text Rendering and Questions Game)

  • Read the PIIC Brochure in your packet.

    • On an index card, write down one question you have about your involvement in PIIC. (2 min.)

Piic is

PIIC is…

  • a partnership of the Annenberg Foundation and the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE).

  • a statewide resource for developing and supporting consistent, high-quality instructional coaching in PA schools through ongoing professional development and IU Coach Mentor support.

  • a secondary instructional coaching model with a focus on embedding research-based literacy practices in content-area classrooms.

The piic model the four quadrants

The PIIC ModelThe Four Quadrants

  • Working one-on-one and in small groups to support teachers, coaches, and other school leaders

  • Using evidence-based literacy practices

  • Supporting reflective and non-evaluative practice

  • Focusing on collecting and analyzing data to assess student needs.

The questions game testing our piic veterans

The Questions Game(Testing Our PIIC Veterans)

Step 1: Turn and Talk with a Partner

  • Each partner asks his/her question and points to the passage in the brochure that prompted the question.

  • Partners attempt to answer questions. Questions that remain unanswered will move to the next round.

The questions game testing our piic veterans1

The Questions Game(Testing Our PIIC Veterans)

Step 2: Pairs join another pair. (Group of 4)

  • Veteran PIIC coaches, spread out and make sure there’s one of you in each foursome.

    • Partners share their remaining questions with each other.

    • Groups try to answer questions.

      Step 3: Whole Group

    • Groups pose question to the whole group.

Who qualifies as an instructiona l coach

Who qualifies as an instructional coach?

  • Instructional Coaches

  • Literacy Coaches

  • Technology Coaches

  • Math Coaches

  • Teacher Leaders (who have release time from their classrooms to provide professional development and work with colleagues)



Mentor Support

Ongoing Professional Development

  • Monthly coaches meetings (face-to-face & virtual)

  • Onsite visits*

  • Onsite assistance with planning and facilitating professional development using the PIIC model*

  • Monthly coaches meetings (face-to-face & virtual)

  • PIIC Statewide Professional Development Conferences (quarterly)*

  • Opportunity to take PLN 1 Course*

*for secondary coaches

Expectations for piic coaches

Expectations for PIIC coaches:

  • attending monthly coaches meetings

  • working collaboratively with the mentor to implement PIIC’s four quadrants*

  • attending PIIC statewide PD (upon request)*

  • facilitating site-based PD on the PIIC model

  • co-facilitating PD at IU 13 coaches’ meetings

  • co-facilitating PD at statewide conferences (upon request)

  • participating in additional research activities (upon request)

The b d a cycle of consultation

The B,D,A Cycle of Consultation

Welcome to the world cafe

Welcome to the World Cafe

Prepping the dish

Prepping the Dish

  • Take 2 minutes to professionally read/skim each document. (We will watch text #4 together.)

  • Jot down your thoughts as you read each text.

Prepping your dish

Prepping Your Dish

  • Using the chart paper provided…

  • Reflect on the following:

    • Describe the delicate coach-teacher relationship, and how can that relationship be fostered to form an ongoing partnership to improve instruction and increase student learning?

    • What is the coach’s role in providing professional development?

    • How can coaches foster a culture of coaching in their buildings?

Creating your masterpiece a mixture of thought expertise and art

Creating Your Masterpiece (A mixture of thought, expertise, and art)

  • Use pictures, charts or diagrams. Be creative and have fun!

  • Process one question at a time

    • Each person shares his/her answers using the text provided.

    • Be sure that all questions are processed and that everyone responds to each question.

    • Use a visual to represent your group’s thinking for each question.

Around the world in 30 minutes

Around the World in 30 Minutes

  • Choose one representative from your group who will play the role of the host serving up “the dish” (or poster) your group has created. This person stays with your poster for the remainder of the activity.

  • Guests split up and rotate to any area of the room you would like. Avoid traveling as a group. Add something new to the posters you see.

World cafe

World Cafe

  • Bringing it all together…

  • Hosts explain the additions to the group’s poster

  • Big ideas?

  • Key observations?

Cashing out

Cashing Out

  • How did this activity reinforce something you already knew or expand your thinking about coaching?

Setting professional goals for 2012 2013

Setting Professional Goals for 2012-2013

What are your goals for positively impacting instruction and student achievement in your buildings?

Inner and outer circles

Inner and Outer Circles

Debriefing today s meeting pln strategy please do now

Debriefing Today’s Meeting:PLN Strategy: Please Do Now

What is it?

  • An activating strategy for the lesson

  • Involves independent reading and writing (usually a requirement to write a certain # of lines) *Collins: Type 1 or Type 2

  • Quick—usually no more than 5 minutes

    What is its purpose?

  • To build background knowledge

  • To prepare students for reading, writing or discussion (the Before)

Debriefing today s meeting the pln framework

Debriefing Today’s Meeting:The PLN Framework

The Four Lenses of Thinking Co-Constructively:

  • Meaning-Centered

  • Social

  • Language-Based

  • Human

The four lenses of learning

The Four Lenses of Learning

Survey monkey and evaluations

Survey Monkey and Evaluations

  • Please go to

  • Complete the needs assessment

  • Complete your green evaluation form for today. Be sure to list what you “got” and what you “need” to help plan future meetings.

Iu 13 updates

IU 13 Updates

  • PA Common Core

  • Educator Effectiveness

  • Open Agenda Items

  • Gots and Needs on Green Evaluation Form

Contact information

Contact Information

Terri Lewis

IU 13 Literacy Consultant

Instructional Services

Phone: (717) 606-1756


Kelly Galbraith

IU 13 Literacy Consultant

Instructional Services

Phone: (717) 606-1667


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