Category Archives: coaching skills

Most read blogs for coaches in 2016

Here are my most popular blog postings from 2016, related to coaching skills and models. Happy new year to you! https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2016/01/19/tips-for-coaches-and-advanced-practitioners-engaging-colleagues-with-development-work/ https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2014/11/19/coaching-models-for-teaching-and-learning-coaches-cigar-vista-and-score/ https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2014/03/06/video-clips-for-coaches-the-grow-model/ https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2016/01/19/the-language-of-professional-dialogue-in-ungraded-observations/ Advertisements

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Why coaching and mentoring? Webinar with Joanne Miles and Emily Barrell

Here is the link to my webinar conversation about coaching and mentoring approaches with Emily Barrell from Realise Futures Learning and Development. We talk about the differences between coaching and mentoring, the skills involved and the challenges within an educational context. … Continue reading

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Making Supported Experiments Happen: Presentation from Joanne Miles at Research Ed FE London, December 3rd 2016

Research ED FE and Vocational event in London on December 3rd 2016 was a really interesting and enjoyable event so thanks to Tom Bennett from Research ED for pulling it together.The Twitter hashtag on the day was #rEdFE if you … Continue reading

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The evolution of the teaching and learning coach: Becoming an internal consultant

As part of my training and consultancy work, I often support schools and colleges with setting up and developing coaching networks. In mature coaching networks, I am noticing an exciting evolution of their role from 1:1 coach to the broader … Continue reading

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Discount Flyer for Reclaiming Lesson Observation edited by Dr Matt O’Leary

I am very pleased to have been a contributor to the new book on lesson observations edited by Dr Matt O’Leary and entitled Reclaiming Lesson Observation – Supporting excellence in teacher learning. https://www.routledge.com/Reclaiming-Lesson-Observation-Supporting-excellence-in-teacher-learning/OLeary/p/book/9781138656604 The book includes a range of perspectives … Continue reading

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Coaching approaches for teacher educators

Recently I had the pleasure of working with a group of experienced teacher educators to deliver some training on coaching skills and the conversations we had prompted this blog. I was a teacher educator on initial teacher training programmes for … Continue reading

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Coming soon! Reclaiming Lesson Observation edited by Dr Matt O’Leary

I am very pleased to be involved in this forthcoming publication on reclaiming lesson observation. My chapter looks at the role of coaching approaches in lesson observations in the FE sector. This publication should be a really interesting read due … Continue reading

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