School coaching and teacher guidance
A school coach works with coaching and supervision in the school and with educating and coaching school leaders and teachers as well as other educators and students.
The Coaching Association's school coaching
The Coaching Association offers school coaches for teachers and students. Coaching is always voluntary and the client and coach work together towards clearly set goals.
The coach, who is a professional and has undergone an accredited training in coaching, becomes a resource in the school that helps with motivation, self-confidence, self-esteem, performance requirements and future prospects. Together, the student's / teacher's talents and potential for development are found. Coaching is related to the curriculum.
The Coaching Association follows the ICF's (International Coach Federation) core competencies and ethical guidelines.
The Coaches' Association trains and diplomas school coaches who clarify the school coach's tasks and make it easy for the employer to take advantage of the valuable resource. Together, the student and the coach explore what thoughts, dreams and strengths the student has. The student gets knowledge about himself and which path he should choose. The school coach will be an extra asset and security for the student alongside other staff at the school. A coach should not be confused with a caretaker, break guard, assistant or other resource staff. However, it is important that the coach is in the forums where it is beneficial to get to know the individuals and groups that are to be coached.
Information for school coach
-As a trained coach follow ICF's core competencies and ethical rules.
-Coach students, teachers towards individual goals and groups towards common.
-Be a complement to the school staff and be easily accessible to everyone.
-Have a positive, open and neutral approach to the environment and those who are to be coached.
A coach usually does not work during the summer.
The Coaching Association's Teacher's Guide
The teaching profession is constantly evolving. It challenges and demands a lot of you as a teacher. To get a better opportunity to take control of the situation that it means to be both a leader and part of a group of students, supervision can be a way to go. The Coaching Association offers tutors who can coach you to understand your personal goals, your way of reacting and how you treat your students.
A coach can help you find tools to help you make the right decision and succeed in your role as a teacher. When you take control of your professional development with supervision, you will feel greater satisfaction and more easily achieve your set goals.
Communicating with oneself and others is the starting point in the guidance, which is also a form of communication. The supervisor works to show how different types of communication work or do not work. In practical exercises, new behavioral patterns and ways of thinking can be elucidated. You will have new tools to be able to communicate better in your professional role.
The supervision time varies depending on the help you need. The guidance is based on yourself and your professional knowledge. You and the coach make a plan based on your conditions and needs and to arrange your thoughts and goals.
The process takes different lengths of time, but six months is reasonable for many.
Submit a request for interest when you are interested in hiring a school coach or if you are applying for a school coach education.
Examples of school coaches, coaching guidance in school.
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Synonyms for school
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