*EDAD 995 Fall 2016 Shanna Gannon: How do principals create the conditions for coaching?
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), Method: Action Research
, Condition #1: Communicate the vision and expectations for coaching
, Condition #2 Pressure to grow
, Condition #3 System of reflective practice
and Condition #4 Time built into the daily schedule for coaching