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 for Teaching Assistants and Support Staff – Digital Download
Teaching Assistants nurture and challenge the pupils they support, using positive feedback techniques and incisive questioning skills. An important role that can have a Positive Impact on Learning.
How will this course benefit you?
Coaching for Teaching Assistants and support staff will help those who support the teacher in the classroom to develop a range of coaching skills, they can work more closely with the teacher and other educational professionals to create a culture of reflection, professional dialogue and help to foster excellence in learning and achievement.
Coaching for Teaching Assistants gives them a range of a range of coaching skills such as the ability to use deep and rich questioning, become an active listener, developing highly effective feedback techniques and focusing on the positive are skills that will make a significant difference to the role of the Teaching Assistant and or other support staff.
We have looked in depth at the research and recommendations when designing this course so that we provide the most up to date and powerful training and advice linked to the role of the TA and how through high quality interventions and interactions change leads to deeper learning, attainment and achievement,
What will be covered in the course?
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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.
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