Are you looking for practical advice on establishing a coaching programme in your school? This toolkit guides you through the process of setting up and running an effective coaching practice, using examples from a school that has actually done it successfully. The book answers the following questions:- how do you choose your coaches? - how do you train them well? - how do you present coaching as good professional development for all staff? - how do you embed coaching into everyday practice? - how do you evaluate its impact? Accompanied by a CD Rom containing tried and tested photocopiable resources to use in your setting, the book offers all the practical materials you will need.This book is an ideal resource for anyone looking to establish a coaching programme in their school.
In this chapter we will look at:
- what we mean by group coaching
- the important links between adult learning and group coaching
- how coaching can be used to develop groups of staff.
Much of the coaching that has been discussed up until this point involves two (or three) people engaging in a coaching conversation. Group coaching takes this a stage further. It is where a group of staff identify a common issue ...