Instructional Coaching - exploring the 7 principles of partnership Following on from my article of last week Instructional Coaching - a pedagogy for learning I want to explore the principles of partnership that underpin the theoretical framework that explains why...
Coaching and the Pastoral Role in a School or College (Online)
Develop a range of coaching skills that will have a significant impact on the well-being, behaviour and motivation of pupils. Coaching is about empathy, listening and having the patience support pupils.
Coaching Builds Confidence, Fosters Well-Being and Improves Behaviour
How will this course benefit you?
Coaching is about allowing individuals to solve their own problems, find solutions and build on their strengths and successes. This is particularly pertinent to those with a pastoral role within a school or college.
Learning how to coach will enhance the skills of pastoral leaders and year heads and help them to foster resilience, reflection and resourcefulness that ensure pupils learn how to be more independent, self-reliant and motivated to learn.
A useful piece of reading for all those who have a role within the pastoral care system in education is an article
Pastoral Care: A 10 step plan which is in Teacher Magazine
What will be covered in the course?
Who is this course for?
Other Upcoming Courses
Coaching for Cover Supervisors 25th September 2023 Manchester£295.00 Learn More
The role of the Cover Supervisor is never easy. Learning to coach gives more confidence in the classroom to develop skills that support the interactaction with pupils and to feedback positively.
Coaching and the Pastoral Role in a School or College 12th November 2023 Manchester£295.00 Learn More
Pastoral leaders will develop a range of coaching skills that can have a significant impact on the well-being, behaviour and motivation of pupils. Coaching is about empathy, listening and having the patience and insight to support pupils.
An Introduction to Coaching in an Education Setting 24th October 2023 London£295.00 Learn More
Coaching enhances well-being, it is highly motivating and creates a culture where all staff work together, share their best practice, build new strategies for change and challenge and are trusted be a part of the solution.
Instructional Coaching - a Pedagogy for Learning "Instructional coaches partner with teachers to analyse current reality, set goals, identify and explain teaching strategies to meet goals and provide support until the goals are met." Jim Knight The Impact Cycle...
CPD and curriculum cohesion CPD should be at the forefront of the planning process for those who define ambitious targets that will realise the vision for continuous whole school improvement. The complex weaving of subject concepts, knowledge and depth of...