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Mentoring And Coaching
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- Examine the elements of cognitive coaching.
- Analyze the 16 Habits of Mind.
- Demonstrate effective collaboration skills.
- Identify the role and responsibilities of a coach and of a mentor.
- Describe factors that impact communication.
- Describe effective communication processes.
- Illustrate strategies for promoting dialogue, resolving conflict, and problem solving.
Mentors as Instructional Coaches
- Examine topics for instructional coaching.
- Analyze opportunities to cultivate learning focused relationships.
- Establish realistic goals and objectives.
- Analyze effective modeling and motivation strategies.
- Develop a process to monitor progress and accountability.
- Explain the stages of mentoring.
- Identify ways to create awareness.
- Design an action plan.
Coaches as Leaders of Change
- Develop an understanding of the effects of change on school culture.
- Examine ways to manage change effectively.
- Identify ways to create and communicate support.
- Explore mentoring and coaching as elements of professional growth.
Foundations of Coaching and Mentoring
- Identify characteristics of mentoring.
- Identify characteristics of coaching.
- Compare and contrast coaching and mentoring.
- Identify the dispositions necessary to be an effective coach and mentor.
- Explore the International Coach Federation Code of Ethics.
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