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Teaching WalkThrus 3: Five-step guides to instructional coaching

Teaching WalkThrus 3: Five-step guides to instructional coaching

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Following the break-out success of Teaching WalkThrus Volume 1 (2020) and Volume 2 (2021), Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli present the third instalment of their five-step instructional coaching techniques. 

Volume 3 features 50 more essential teaching methods in the authors’ concise and accessible format, covering all the key areas of teaching: behaviour and relationships; curriculum planning; explaining and modelling; questioning and feedback; practice and retrieval; and Mode B teaching. 

Tom and Oliver have teamed up with a stellar supporting cast of educators to present the new WalkThrus, with contributions from: Adam Boxer, Alison Wilcox, Andy Buck, Andy Tharby, Ayellet McDonnell, Bennie Kara, Blake Harvard, Christopher Such, David Goodwin, Efrat Furst, Emma Slade, Emma Turner, Eva Hartell, Harry Fletcher-Wood, Josh Goodrich, Kat Howard, Leila MacTavish, Mary Myatt, Peps Mccrea, Richard Kennett, Shaun Allison, Sonia Thompson, and Tom Needham. 

The WalkThrus books are supported by an online PD toolkit, which is now used by 2,000 organisations in 35 countries. For more info, visit the WalkThrus web site.

About the Authors 

Tom Sherrington started teaching in 1987 and has had a 30-year career in education. He’s now in demand as a consultant and conference speaker, working with schools and colleges to improve teaching, curriculum and assessment. He is the author of ‘The Learning Rainforest’, described as ‘one of the best teaching books of all time’ by Book Authority, and the best-selling ‘Rosenshine’s Principles in Action’. 

Oliver Caviglioli is uniquely placed to bridge the gap between education and graphic design. A former special school head teacher, Oliver learned design principles from an early age from his architect and typographer father. Four decades of reading educational research found its visual expression in his spectacular, image-rich book ‘Dual Coding With Teachers’.