Facilitators for The BYU Public School Partnership
This facilitator is a public-school teacher who has been released full time
their classroom assignment to work with BYU teacher candidates at all levels of their practicum
participation, from the first cohort experience to their final internship or student teaching.
An instructional coach works with teachers to improve the quality of their
and the quality of students' education. They serve as mentors and role models, helping teachers
fresh and use the latest techniques and technologies in their classrooms.
Develop coaching, mentoring, and reflective questioning skills. Develop
advocacy and leadership skills through practical experience. Develop professional learning
delivery skills. Share expertise with and guide the reflective practices of colleagues.
A curriculum and instruction specialist, also called an instructional
is an administrator who works on developing and improving curricula and assessing the
curricula and instruction. Instruction specialists also give guidance to teachers on their
The Team Lead is a highly effective teacher who leads a team of teachers
grade level, content area, or other relevant grouping based on school need) in developing their
to effectively deliver instruction and increase student outcomes.
Continuing on to the doctoral level in education related fields may lead to
employment as teacher educators in higher education or as professional consultants to schools
education focused businesses.