Coaching is an essential practice in education, offering a pathway for personal growth and professional development. Cognitive Coaching aims to guide educators in developing their capacity for self-directed growth and reflective practice. By leveraging AI, we can enhance this process by automating data collection during classroom observations.
Nurturing Minds: A Deep Dive into Metacognition for Educators
Metacognition, comprising metacognitive knowledge and metacognitive regulation, is the key to unlocking students’ academic potential. Dr. Wills reveals the significance of self-regulation in a classroom setting, emphasizing its role in active student engagement and positive academic outcomes.
The Gentle Art of Questioning: How to get the most from your students
We’ve all come to appreciate that the quality of the questions we ask profoundly influences the quality of the responses we receive.
Let’s explore the transformative power of questions as tools to connect our students with their learning objectives
8 Essentials for Facilitating Effective Meetings
How can you ensure your meetings, particularly when you’re working in a collaborative context, are happy, productive, efficient and purposeful?
Here are eight essentials from the book, Mastering Meetings that Matter.
An Introduction To Cognitive Coaching
Building your capacity as a coach enhances your own personal effectiveness, and your ability to work smarter, not harder. It also leads to greater reflexivity and professional growth, and who doesn’t want that?
Prior Knowledge: Factoring In What Your Students Already Know
There’s a phenomenon that teachers don’t always account for when planning their learning sequences and units – what students bring to the classroom.
A Clear Direction: How To Help Students Understand Learning Goals
It makes sense that students might find it helpful to know where they’re going with their learning.
How To Become a Master of Creating High-impact Learning
Instead, we’re constantly pursuing knowledge to improve the learning of those we serve. And as new challenges pop up every day, week and year, we continuously strive to find new, effective ways of meeting these challenges head-on.
Four Practical Ways That Learning Leaders Can Empower Others
As learning leaders, we’re committed to the learning entitlement of our students. But for our students to truly flourish and be empowered, we must also be committed to the learning entitlement of our leaders.