The three steps of coaching were laid out very clearly so it was easy to see how these can be effectively applied to the implementation of learning strategies and content enhancement routines. The process is highly respectful of teachers. The coach works closely with the teacher to get a clear picture of the situation. With prompting, the teacher sets a goal for herself and for her students. Then the coach provides options to the teacher for resources and approaches. At the next step, the coach helps the teacher to work out the logistics and may assist directly with demonstrations and observations. The use of checklists are helpful tools for providing feedback. The final step is to examine impact which includes looking at student progress data. After discussing this, the coach and teacher extend planning to make modifications as needed until goals are met. In each portion of the presentation, presenters explained how the coaching process can be customized and personalized for teachers. By doing so, the coach taps into the authentic movtivation of teachers to improve practice.