Coaching is a conversation or series of conversations one person has with another.
What makes these conversations different is the impact the conversation has on the person being coached. An effective coaching conversation influences someone’s understanding, learning, behaviour and progress. Each conversation is characterised by deep listening, equality, reflection and focus on what is being discussed.
This presentation will reflect on how a coaching stance can be transformative when adopted within a school community. It is an essential component of effective professional development as it can go into the intellect, behaviours, practices, beliefs, values and feelings of an educator.
• To introduce that concept of coaching with reference to recent publications and literature.
• To present the basic characteristics of a coaching conversation.
• To explore the benefits of peer coaching.
• To reflect on how coaching can positively influence student learning.
Carmel has worked as a school principal and as a part-time lecturer on leadership courses in Maynooth University. She now works as an independent consultant and coach. Carmelhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03055698.2021.19310
Series or webinars to be facilitated by Carmel, all are stand-alone, individual booking required for each session.
Resilience and Hope for Primary and Post-Primary Teachers and Leaders 23.5.2022
|Course date||16-05-2022 7:00 pm|
|Course End Date||16-05-2022 8:00 pm|
|Cut off date||16-05-2022 4:50 pm|