Sibme Virtual Coaches Use Personalization to Help Teachers Grow.

Our dynamic, hybrid program helps teachers reflect on their current teaching practices in a collaborative environment.

In our top-rated continuous improvement cycle, teachers set specific goals, record “snapshot videos,” and receive feedback from our highly qualified instructional coaches.

My coach's guidance, encouragement, and suggestions have tremendously helped me in my virtual classroom. I appreciate her ability to adapt for my immediate needs as well as keep my mind on "thinking about the big picture." I highly recommend the Sibme program!

Kristi Randlett


Case Study

Sibme Virtual Coaching Helps Schools Save Money on Personal Development.

Save up to 30% from your school’s current expenditures while getting more effective results!

Increase the ROI you get from personalized, evidence-based, goal-focused coaching - which increases teacher implementation of new ideas and strategies.

As principal of the small school, Kevyn Brown at Trinity Christian Academy didn’t have the time or resources to provide all of his teachers the support and coaching needed to build on strengths and learn new capabilities. That’s why he asked Sibme Virtual Coaching to augment his team, and help provide additional support.

Sibme Virtual Coaches were able to provide targeted support to teachers that has led to tremendous growth in student success. Furthermore, as they’ve continued to work with their Virtual Coaches, teachers have developed into coaches and school leaders themselves.

The Sibme 5-Step Virtual Coaching Cycle:

  1. We ground all our work in personalized goals, established by the teacher and teacher’s supervisor.
  2. The Virtual Coach and Teacher meet virtually for six virtual, goal-oriented coaching sessions.
  3. Sibme Virtual Coaches review a total of 12-15 snapshot videos, shared by the teacher in a private coaching Huddle on the Sibme platform. Coaches then watch these videos and provide timestamped feedback pertaining to the teacher’s goals.
  4. Coaches curate resources to share and discuss with the teacher related to the teacher’s specific goals.
  5. Coaches share weekly reports with the teacher and teacher’s supervisor. This works to provide all details of the week’s focus, shared resources, and action plans for the next step in the cycle.