An online professional development program for K-12 educators looking to improve instructional coaching for math teachers. Based upon the research of HGSE Professor Heather Hill, the workshop provides strategies for promoting high-quality math instruction and explores the role of school leaders, instructional coaches, and peer teachers in that process. The workshop begins with an introduction to Mathematical Quality of Instruction (MQI), an observation instrument and set of protocols that support teachers, coaches, and principals in analyzing instruction and planning for improvement. You will then practice observing classrooms and engaging in coaching conversations using MQI and other protocols. In the final portion of the workshop, you will explore strategies for using rubric-based coaching with instructional video capture in your own setting. Learn more and register [Harvard Graduate School of Education website]
Join MQI Coaching experts at Harvard University for an in-depth, hands-on training on the MQI rubric and how to use it as an effective coaching tool. Participants will also be able to access up to two MQI Coaching webinars in the fall. Learn more and register [MQI Coaching website]
Visit MQI Coaching cofounder Claire Gogolen (@MQIclaire) in the exhibition hall, and attend our conference session. Event title: #231 - From Research to Practice: the Story of MQI Coaching Session time: Tentatively scheduled for Monday, April 03, at 11:15 AM Lead speaker: Heather Hill
Join MQI Coaching experts from Harvard University for a self-paced online learning module (~10 hours over two weeks) that covers key components of our rubric-based coaching model.
The program begins with an introduction to Mathematical Quality of Instruction (MQI) Coaching, an observation instrument and set of protocols that support teachers in analyzing their own instruction and...
The MQI is a Common Core-aligned observational rubric that provides a framework for analyzing mathematics instruction in several domains. Within each of the five domains, individual codes contain score points that categorize instruction into different levels of quality. The MQI was developed in order to provide a both multidimensional and balanced view of mathematics instruction.