NO : providing services to kids - at least 75% of your time should be providing professional development / services for teachers
Maybe:
Gather and analyze data - no more than 15% of your time

Coaching Interventions: 5 Levels



Level 2 - Clear understanding of content and Targets
Help teachers to unpack standards and clearly explain them as learning outcomes for the student.
Are teachers teaching the right content? Do they have a deep, correct understanding of the content?
"Access state standards
*Help teachers translate those standards into lesson plans - using the textbook as a resource and not the dictator of the learning experience.



Level 4 - Assessment Literacy
Teachers need to know if students are learning content and they need to involve their students in the whole business of assessing learning.
Assessment for Learning - Stiggins
Students can become motivated when they know how well they're doing, when they're getting frequent constructive feedback on their progress, and when they know what they still have to do to improve.
Level 5 - Instructional Proficiency
Once teachers have their classrooms under control, are clear on their content and content targets, use instructional basics fluently, and are assessment literate, they than can begin to explore any number of ways to demonstrate instructional proficiency. Coaches can begin to introduce content enhancement routines, discovery learning, Socratic dialogue, story telling, partnership education, cooperative learning approaches, etc.