Developing the leadership and coaching skills of all staff is vital for building capacity

These skills and their supporting attitudes can play a dramatic role in the success of student learning. As Viviane Robinson (2007) showed from her meta-analyses, when staff focus on five leadership dimensions then student learning (both academic and ‘non-academic’) is enhanced. These are: providing ‘big picture’ goals of learning; aligning towards these goals; learning how to learn together; engaging in analysis; and selecting/developing the ‘tools’ needed to reach the holistic goals

Suitable for teachers, leaders and support staff working with students between the ages of 3-19, we can help you to:

  • Understand the difference between leadership, management and coaching – and how each of these contribute in their own ways to staff / student success
  • How to align students and colleagues towards agreed goals
  • Develop practical strategies to support and prompt professional learning conversations
  • Understand the role of the coach in peer observation
  • Explore how mental models drive actions and how mindsets impact on expectations
  • Debrief learning to promote new thinking and support action planning for personal and professional growth
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Challenging Learning Questioning

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Best book to support your learning:

Challenging Learning Questioning

Read more

Further Reading

Best book to support your learning:

Challenging Learning Questioning

Read more

Further Reading

Best book to support your learning

Challenging Learning Questioning

Read more

Further Reading

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