Sibme provides one-to-one coaching for teachers, coaches, and instructional leaders. Over one thousand educators have worked with our master coaches. From first-year teachers to seasoned professionals, Sibme's Virtual Coaches support educators at every level.
We recruit nationally to identify the best instructional coaches in the country, accepting fewer than 5% of our applicants. Then, we assign coaches based on the individual needs and goals of the person being coached.
Our coaching cycle begins with the needs and schedule of the person being coached --not our curriculum.
Our coaches are widely available for convenient, predictable coaching sessions that are relevant to educators' needs and schedule.
Coaches and educators meet virtually in regularly scheduled synchronous and asynchronous interactions to examine evidence of the educator's practice and to develop strategies to help meet goals.
Because learning is the application of information, our coaching process is focused on evidence of teaching and learning through sharing videos and resources from the educator's classroom. These artifacts are the basis for coaching sessions and make the educators' achievement apparent.
My coach was a great coach. I thoroughly enjoyed learning from her and applying her suggestions to my classroom. The time and effort she put into addressing the needs of my students was evident. Thanks to her strategies, I have seen such a big transformation in my students.
I really enjoyed the collaboration and resources offered to assist me. My coach made me feel confident when I felt like I was so lost. She had a very calming way of making the collaboration process very effective. I left empowered.
I would definitely recommend this Virtual Coaching Cohort to others. I have learned how to be a better coach for my teachers during this time. I have been able to support my teachers a lot more and help them to feel more confident in using the new platforms. I have also seen how some of the strategies I have done are aligned with what I have learned during this cohort.