- The Center for Cognitive CoachingSM
The Center for Cognitive CoachingSM
(CCC) is a resource, clearinghouse, and
contact point for those wishing to increase
their personal expertise and/or
organizational capacity in the area of
Cognitive CoachingSM. Cognitive
CoachingSM is a process which
supports individuals and organizations in
becoming self-directed and self-renewing.
Arthur Costa and Robert Garmston created
Cognitive CoachingSM in 1984.
They have developed a variety of training
opportunities and written a book, Cognitive
Coaching: A Foundation for Renaissance
Schools, to support others in learning the
process of Cognitive CoachingSM.
The CCC provides
training, resources and consultation on
strategic planning for enculturating the
principles of Cognitive CoachingSM.
Individuals can also access the resources of
CCC to enhance their skills as a coach in a
variety of contexts.
web – The Center for Adaptive Schools
The mission of the
Center for Adaptive Schools is to help
schools develop the technical and social
resources to realize continuing student
improvement. Steady improvement in student
learning is happening in a new kind of
professional culture within schools.
Sustaining these collaborative,
results-focused working relationships
requires leaders at all levels of the
organization to develop new ways of seeing
their work and new templates and tools for
engaging collective energies toward common
web – Instructional Coaching
This website is the home for information
regarding the research led by Jim Knight at
the University of Kansas. From this site,
you will have access to articles, training
information, blogs, and other resources
related to Instructional Coaching.
Mathematics Coaching Resources
The College of Education and
Human Development at the University of
Louisville hosts this webpage listing
resources and providing networking
opportunities for Mathematics Coaches. One
of the resources you’ll find on this site is
a comprehensive bibliography of coaching
research compiled by Dr. Maggie McGatha.
The website is still under development and
welcomes suggestions from Math Coaches.