The Instructional Coaching Group

We help educators learn and implement the factors for sustaining a great coaching program.

Based on Jim Knight’s 20+ years of research

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We Provide

Research-based Professional Development

Teaching Learning Coaching:
Attend Virtually!

If you’ve never been to our annual Teaching Learning Coaching conference, it’s a unique and supportive opportunity designed for coaches, and the teachers and administrators who work with them. Register to attend the TLC conference in-person or virtually to build upon your coaching foundation, regardless of where you are in your teaching journey.

The Virtual Institute

Our most popular offering: the virtual Institute offers all the same learning material found in our in-person Intensive Instructional Coaching Institute, and is accessible from the comfort of your home! Join Jim Knight for this 16-week course, Monday at 2:30pm CST.

Virtual Coaching Workshops

ICG’s virtual workshops vary from 1-day to 8-week, and are tailored to meet the needs of coaches, teachers, and administrators. Workshop content is research-based, practical and engaging, and always led by ICG’s senior consultants.

We are passionate about improving education for all students

Having worked with over 100,000 coaches from all around the world, the Instructional Coaching Group team helps educators develop the skills and tools they need to make an unmistakably positive impact in students’ lives.

Resources for Distance Learning

Here you will find resources designed specifically to help coaches, teachers, and administrators who are adjusting to coaching and learning from home.

Virtual Coaching Courses

Articles About Teaching & Coaching From Home

Virtual Consulting

Radical Learners Blog

Coaching Toolkits

Video Resources

Interviews & Articles

The Radical Learners Blog

Coaching for Engagement Is Just as Important as Coaching for Achievement

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Joellen Killion Teaches Us About the 10 Roles of a Coach

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What Should We Do When Communication Breaks Down?

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Partnering, not Prodding: Autonomy and the New Teacher

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