Instructional Coaching Symposium

Symposium facilitators will include instructional coaches from literacy, science, and math. Facilitators representing Wisconsin school districts as well as the Wisconsin Green Schools Network, a Regional Math Specialist from Boise State University, an Education Data Consultant, and the Associate Director of the AIW (Authentic Intellectual Work) Institute will be leading workshops.

The Instructional Coaching Symposium is intended to give current and aspiring coaches an opportunity to discuss promising practices and problems of practice.

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Session facilitators and participants will develop a community of support to:

  • Share ideas and resources,
  • Collaborate around best practices,
  • Discuss barriers, and
  • Brainstorm solutions

This event is for anyone who is interested in instructional coaching, including current and aspiring instructional coaches, teachers, administrators, curriculum coordinators, consultants, and any other educators who see themselves — now or in the future — as instructional leaders.

Instructional Coaching Symposium Participant Testimonials

"I am now able to clearly articulate my beliefs about coaching and have a clear plan to implement coaching."

"Student-Centered Coaching has completely changed my thinking about the collaborative process through coaching."


If you have questions about the Instructional Coaching Symposium, please email Instructional Coaching Program Coordinator Sandra Taylor-Marshall at