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Methods Of Coaching In The Instructional Setting

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This course provides an examination of how systemic processes, experiential learning, and coaching strategies positively affect teaching and learning outcomes. This course will examine the interchangeable competencies of coaching and mentoring including roles, fostering relationships, ethical guidelines, building learning communities, effective communication, self-reflective problem solving, conflict resolution, facilitating learning, and accountability. Candidates will be equipped with content knowledge, real life application opportunities, tools, and specific strategies that can be applied in both instructional leadership and coaching situations.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Facilitating Results

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating With Educational Communities, Advocating for Learning, Valuing Diversity, Leading through Innovative Practices

    Coaches as Leaders of Change

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating With Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Advocating for Learning, Valuing Diversity, Leading through Innovative Practices

    Mentors as Instructional Coaches

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Engaging in Reflective Practice, Valuing Diversity, Advocating for Learning, Collaborating with Educational Communities, Integrating Technology, Leading Through Innovative Practices

    Effective Communications in Mentoring and Coaching

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Collaborating With Educational Communities, Leading Through Innovative Practices, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Integrating Technology, Valuing Diversity, Practicing Professional Ethics

    Best Practices of Coaching and Mentoring

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Leading Through Innovative Practices, Collaborating With Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practice, Integrating Technology

    Coaching and Mentoring Fundamentals

    • Conceptual Framework Themes Addressed this Week: Advocating for Learning, Valuing Diversity, Leading Through Innovative Practices, Collaborating with Educational Communities, Engaging in Reflective Practices
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