Marquis Mason is an instructional coach with the NC New Teacher Support Program. In this role, he partners with district stakeholders to design and facilitate professional development that aligns to teacher needs. In addition, Mason supports a caseload of teachers through a coaching cycle of observation/feedback, co-planning, modeling, and reflection. Mason has over 10 years of experience in teaching and started his educational career as a science teacher. He is currently a doctoral student in the curriculum and instruction, urban education program at UNC-Charlotte. His research interests are Black teacher recruitment, retention and STEM education.
Perspective | Coaching during COVID-19 with NC New Teacher Support Program’s innovative supports
by Karen Walker, Betsy Rosenbalm, Angela Hill, Mark Meacham, Evan Hill, Maghan Kirschner and Marquis Mason |
Beginning teacher reflects on successful first year
by Marquis Mason |