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How an Instructional Coaching Model CAN have a Significant Impact on Student Outcomes

Thank you to Dr. Daryl Michel for his recent informational mini-webinar, "How an Instructional Coaching Model CAN have a Significant Impact on Student Outcomes." Just in case that you were unable to join, Dr. Michel agreed to share this deck as a quick reference.

What a great book to begin impacting student outcomes!

Contact Dr. Michel for details on his book and professional learning services.

He can be reached at

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