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Ranata Davis

Professional Learning Designer

Education Development Institute

Ranata Davis is a former physical education teacher, athletic director, and assistant principal who hails from a small town in South Carolina, USA. With a passion for physical education, Ranata was committed to inspiring her students to adopt healthy lifestyles and develop crucial life skills like teamwork, communication, and leadership. She was equally enthusiastic about creating safe and inclusive environments where all students could participate in physical activity, regardless of their backgrounds and skill levels. As an athletic director, Ranata oversaw sports programs and competitions, working closely with coaches and athletes to ensure they had everything they needed to excel. Her priority was always the well-being and success of student-athletes. As an assistant principal, she was dedicated to creating a safe, welcoming, and inclusive school community, collaborating with students, parents, and faculty to achieve this. For the past five years, Ranata has been based in Doha, Qatar, where she has transitioned to professional learning design. As a learning designer, she has been instrumental in creating engaging and effective learning experiences for teachers, incorporating adult learning theory and best practices. Ranata's passion for education and physical activity continues to inspire those around her, making a significant impact wherever she goes.


01 November, 2023 | 14:15 to 15:00
Building Coaching Relationships with Teachers: Strategies for Success

This workshop aims to equip coaches and leaders with the necessary skills and strategies to establish and maintain positive coaching relationships with teachers. Participants will explore active listening, collaborative goal setting, observation and feedback, and reflection and evaluation. Through interactive activities and discussions, participants will apply these strategies to their own coaching contexts and develop a plan for improving coaching relationships with teachers. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a deeper understanding of how to build effective coaching relationships with teachers and improve teaching practices for better student outcomes.