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Support Services . *Cognitive Coaching Collaborating Consulting Evaluating. Cognitive Coaching . Enhance and habituate self-directed learning, self-managing, self-modifying Most effective support service in the long run. Collaborating.

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support services

Support Services

*Cognitive Coaching

Collaborating

Consulting

Evaluating

cognitive coaching
Cognitive Coaching
  • Enhance and habituate self-directed learning, self-managing, self-modifying
  • Most effective support service in the long run
collaborating
Collaborating
  • Solve instructional problems, apply and test shared ideas, learn together
consulting
Consulting
  • Increase pedagogical and content knowledge and skills; institutionalize accepted practices and policies
evaluating
Evaluating
  • Judge and rate performance according to understood externally produced standards
all four support services should focus on self directed learning
All four support services should focus on self-directed learning!

Self Directed People

  • Self Manage
  • Self Monitor
  • Self Modify
mission statement
Mission Statement
  • The mission of Cognitive Coaching is to produce self-directed persons with the cognitive capacity for high performance both independently and as members of a learning community.
characteristics of self directed people
Characteristics of Self Directed People
  • Resourceful
  • High Level Thinkers
  • Set Challenging Goals
  • Persevere in the Face of Barriers
  • Forecast Future Performances
  • Seek Constant Improvement
why coach
Why Coach?
  • Improve Student Performance
  • Improve Teacher Efficacy
  • Increased Reflection
  • Improved Teacher Satisfaction
  • Improve School Culture
  • Grow Professionally
  • Personal Connections
cognitive coaching1
IS

Directed by Coachee

Neutral

About Self-Directed Learning

A skillful application of tools for planning, reflecting, and problem-solving

Capacity Building

Mediating Thinking

Developing and Building Internal Resources

IS NOT

Directed by Coach

Judgmental

Dependent on Coach

A quick fix or

Band-aid solution

Direct solutions from coach

Remaining stagnant

Cognitive Coaching
a glance at coaching
A Glance at Coaching
  • The cognitive coaching model is predicated on a set of values, maps, and tools, that when combined with non-judgmental ways of being and working with others, invites shaping and re-shaping of thinking and problem solving capabilities.
  • (Cognitive Shift)
planning conversation
Planning Conversation
  • Occurs before a colleague conducts or participates in an event, resolves a challenge, or attempts a task. The coach may or may not be present during the event or available for follow-up conversation.
reflecting conversation
Reflecting Conversation
  • Occurs after a colleague conducts or participates in an event, resolves a challlenge, or completes a task. The coach may not have been present at or participated in the event.
problem solving conversation
Problem Solving Conversation
  • Occurs when a colleague feels stuck, helpless, unclear, or lacking in resourcefulness; experiences a crisis; or requests external assistance from a mediator.
holonomy and states of mind
Holonomy and States of Mind
  • Efficacy
  • Consciousness
  • Craftsmanship
  • Flexibility
  • Interdependence
trust and rapport
Behaviors that cultivate trust

Consistency

Integrity

Concern

Communication

Sharing Control

Elements of Rapport

Posture

Gesture

Tonality

Language

Breathing

Trust and Rapport
essential coaching pattern
Essential Coaching Pattern
  • Develop a relationship with solid lines of communication
  • Develop Trust
  • Establish Rapport
  • Pause
  • Paraphrase
  • Question
principals of paraphrasing
Principals of Paraphrasing
  • Concentrate on feeling and fact
  • Label the emotion

Paraphrasing sends three messages

  • I am listening
  • I am interested/I care
  • I understand you (or I am trying to)
pausing
Pausing
  • Your thoughts??
mediational questions
Mediational Questions
  • They are invitational
  • Approachable Voice

Use of

  • Plural forms
  • Exploratory/tentative language
  • Positive Presuppositions
plural forms
Plural Forms

What are the

  • Reasons
  • Strategies
  • Factors
  • Ideas
  • Outcomes
  • Alternatives
exploratory language
Exploratory Language
  • What might be some…
  • How might you know..
  • What are your hunches..
positive presuppositions
Positive Presuppositions
  • As you reflect upon the lesson,
  • As you examine the data,
  • Base upon past successful experiences,
  • As an experienced educator,
  • As a successful teacher,
putting it all together
Putting It All Together
  • As you reflect, what might be some of the indicators that your lesson was successful?
  • As you examine the data, what are some of the similarities that are emerging?
  • Based upon your past successful experiences, what might be some of the indicators that this student might be struggling?
reflecting on reflections
Reflecting On Reflections
  • Essential to Professional Growth and Development
  • Amplified when done with others
  • Enhanced when they are focused and structured
  • Enriched when all members consciously use the tools of inquiry and non-judgmental response behaviors
baby steps
Baby Steps
  • Trust building begins with the first encounter
  • Be interested, listen, and be non-evaluative
  • Build a positive relationship with strong/open lines of communication
  • Grow together