Well, I have finally done it. After years of listening to podcasts, after years of thinking I might like to create my own, I’ve actually gone and done it: I created a podcast! 

It all started a few years ago when a fellow literacy coach (Thank you, Allison Kieffner!) planted the seed in my mind while voxing together as part of a book study on my book, Literacy Coaching: Transforming Teaching and Learning with Digital Tools and Technology. I pushed the idea to the back of my mind, but it was always there. 

Once I launched The Coaching Sketchnote Book, the idea came back to the front of my mind. Over 750 instructional coaches joined my free site in less than a week and I was overwhelmed by the support. Many reached out to thank me for the quick coaching ideas, tips and tools to make their own. As I read one particular email, it hit me: I could launch the new updates of The Coaching Sketchnote Book on a podcast, in addition to my blog. This way, coaches could easily access the newest pages of my notebooks and listen to one new coaching idea each week as they ran errands or drove to work. There you have it. The Coaching Sketchnote Book Podcast was launched. 

Each week, I’ll share a new page from my notebook in hopes it will spark a coaching idea for your own practice. I’ll read my post aloud directly from my notebook and think through how and why you might give it a try, all in less than 10 minutes. Each episode is linked to a blog post online and is paired with the actual sketchnote you’d find in my notebook, along with helpful resources, tips and tools for using it in your own practice.

You can listen to The Coaching Sketchnote Book Podcast wherever you love to listen to podcasts and you’ll find direct links to all of the available platforms on my Anchor podcast page. I hope you’ll listen, subscribe and borrow all of the ideas from my own coaching to support your own!

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