Supporting Novice Teachers: Workshop for Coaches
While all teachers benefit from the support and guidance of a coach, the needs of novice teachers are unique. The Montessori Coach is the essential figure and mentor in preparing the school environment to support new teachers by:
- promoting a practice of learning and inquiry,
- observing and meeting with new teachers to support their practice, and
- facilitating their understanding of Montessori Philosophy and Pedagogy, thus taking theory to practice for successful implementation.
This workshop is a bi-weekly 1-hr convening for NCMPS-trained coaches, designed to strengthen our capacity to support novice teachers. Within this practice group, we will build connection and community, share and collaborate, refine skills and tools, and learn new techniques.
Katie Mosquera will host these one-hour sessions on the following Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30pm ET:
- October 11
- October 25
- November 8
- December 13
- January 10
- January 24
- February 7
- February 22
- March 7
- March 21
- April 4
- April 18
- May 2
- May 16
- May 30
Upon enrollment, please log into the course immediately to verify the dates of your NCMPS Coaches Training.
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About the Instructor
Katie Mosquera holds an AMS Elementary I-II credential, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, an Educational Leadership certificate, and Maryland teacher’s and administrator’s licenses. She has worked as a public school teacher and administrator, and as a Montessori teacher educator and consultant. Katie lives in New Market, Maryland with her husband. Throughout Katie’s career, she has lived and worked in Bozeman, Montana, Modena, Italy, Perth, Australia, Charlottesville, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Frederick, Maryland.