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Embedding coaching practice in your college - Shared screen with speaker view
Linda Clarke
10:51
hello
Helen Rook
10:56
Afternoon all from Bradford :)
Chris Nicholls
11:29
Good afternoon everyone!
james foster
11:40
Hello from Weymouth College
Kerry Nash
11:53
Afternoon from grey Essex
Shireen Al-Khalili
11:55
Hello everyone
Joanne Pengelly
11:59
Hello from City College Southampton
Jackie Gregory
12:49
Hello from Derby
Helen Brennan
13:08
Hello everyone from Derwentside College
Jennifer Lawson
13:20
Hi, I am struggling to hear the sound keeps cutting out.
Rachel Hoyland
13:38
Hello everyone from Shipley College
Nicola Davis
13:39
Hi everyone
Roger Cookson
13:54
Hello from Stoke on Trent College
Jane Roche
14:21
Hi Everyone from Eastleigh College
Chris Nicholls
15:16
Please put your questions for the panel in here
AoC Training Team
19:41
Hi everyone, we will send the recording round to you all later this afternoon.
Roberto Lopez
22:44
Absolutely, @Andry!!!
Alexandra Cutler
24:41
I’m the Head of Learning and Teaching at Morley and the work with Andry was really helpful, and we have a much more embedded coaching approach now. We have recently merged with Kensington and Chelsea College and so now need to expand this approach to the new team.
Roberto Lopez
26:02
I would be very interested to see how you implemented that! @Alexandra Cutter
Lisa Morgan
26:44
Interested to know why you chose that model?
james foster
28:43
did you have a window for your lesson observations?
Alexandra Cutler
31:44
Hi Lisa - we really needed to try and improve ownership of observations by tutors, for them to see them as developmental rather than something which was imposed by on them as a performance management tool. We worked with a coaching model about a year after we moved to ungraded observations.
Alexandra Cutler
32:15
Hi James - no, our observation slots are agreed by the observer and observee.
Andry Anastasiou
32:40
Yes @Mahendra - Learning Enhancement Champions used team meeting and other groups to cascade the learning and even to demonstrate the practice by coaching their managers .
Alexandra Cutler
33:35
Hi Roberto - happy to catch up to discuss further.
Lorraine Underwood
34:03
I like the idea of an observation slot being 'booked'. That removes the dreaded waiting
Andry Anastasiou
34:10
OSKAR coaching model is a solutions focused model and there is also TGROW and STOP START CONTINUE.
Helen Rook
37:07
Hi Lorraine, we used to have a two week window, now we agree a slot with our observer. Much better!
Lorraine Underwood
37:44
Hi Helen. We used to have two week window too. Then it dropped to one week. The waiting is awful
Michael Taylor
38:21
my college scrapped lesson observations completely citing 'we know you work well and do a great job' lets get on with it. observed lessons were available by agreement if a tutor wants them and mandatory for new staff etc. 10 mins learning walks at times...not threatening at all.
AoC Training Team
38:37
We'll send out details of these various programmes after the session
Lorraine Underwood
39:26
Michael that excellent. Very proactive.
Michael Taylor
40:27
really helpful when I moved to maths for my first year...didn't need the pressure and didn't get any..very smooth...great maths team
AoC Training Team
40:40
We will send details out to everyone but please do feel free to email us at training@aoc.co.uk as well
Carmen Davis
41:51
Thank you would be useful
Lorraine Underwood
42:30
Would like to have a look at some of the modules from a personal point of view
Nicky Hawkins
43:04
Any tips for encouraging SLT teams to embrace coaching, where it is currently limited to Teaching & Learning Coach activity as part of Quality Improvement?
Nicky Hawkins
46:10
Yes, A bit of a Hackney College reunion!
Nicky Hawkins
46:47
Thank you. We're hoping our recent IIP visit might also help drive things forward.
Lisa Morgan
48:40
Thank you Andry
Rachel Hoyland
48:52
Do you have any examples of when you have used coaching models to support learners please? I support learners in work and can see how this would fit well when reviewing their progress in work. Thanks
Sean Doogan
49:41
How easy is it to measure success when it comes to implementing a coaching strategy? What are the indicators that highlight you are travelling in the right direction?
Roberto Lopez
50:28
How do you engage staff that think they will never change or can't be bothered - the eternal skeptics?
Roberto Lopez
50:51
Or people that don't want to be coached?
Linda Clarke
51:02
Thank you all for todays webinar, unfortunately I need to leave at this point.
Michael Taylor
51:33
Got together as a team and thrashed out what works in the classroom, what to use, how to pitch and pace and how to include everything that was needed and nothing that wasn't...with something for all learners. Free to do whatever WE felt best. Maths results were great 2018-2019 and was looking good this year too up to March.
AoC Training Team
51:48
OSKAR stands for Outcome, Scale, Know-how, Affirm + Action, and Review
Bob Craig
52:11
OSKAR: Outcomes, Scaling 9self assessment exercise) Know How (exiting knowledge & skills) A - actions R -Review
Bob Craig
52:31
Excuse the typos in my last response!
Kim Sourjani
52:37
Would virtual learning affect coaching models?
Sean Doogan
52:39
thanks
Sarah Hassall
54:00
How was the peer mentoring award funded?
Kirsten Lillie
54:26
What are the limitations of coaching approaches and are there any dangers/pitfalls to consider?
Rachel Hoyland
54:35
Thank you panel
Valentina Radulescu
56:59
which measurement tools (in more specific way) you found as being the most efficient when coaching students to help improve engagement and confidence ?
Roberto Lopez
57:48
That's brilliant. Thanks!
Michael Taylor
59:22
Advanced practitioners with a record of great teaching and success give turbo teach 15 minute sessions to help others throughout the year; planned and on request. Attended some great turbo teach sessions over last 2 years.
Roberto Lopez
59:28
I know some of you hinted at this, but do you do it with students? or train students to do it with other students?
Bob Craig
01:00:57
To Kirsten - there often is opposition and coaching doesn’t work if the coachee does not engage. Some people think it takes too much time and there are other barriers. Feel free to get in touch if you want more info’ - big question to answer now
Helen Brennan
01:01:42
Excellent session thank you. Love the coaching philosophy.
Andry Anastasiou
01:04:26
Thank you Donna
Nicola Davis
01:07:52
Thank you. Very interesting.
Roberto Lopez
01:08:15
You've answered my question @ Andry. Thanks!
Valentina Radulescu
01:08:32
thank you! very useful info
Roberto Lopez
01:08:50
I use that to create characters in English!!!
Jane Roche
01:09:23
Great session, many thanks to you all!
Sarah Hassall
01:09:39
Thank you all
Rachel Hoyland
01:09:45
Great session , very knowledgeable panel, thanks
Kim Sourjani
01:09:50
thank you
Carmen Davis
01:09:50
Thank you it is very interesting coaching has survived in many colleges!
Lisa Morgan
01:09:51
Thank you a;;
Sean Doogan
01:09:52
Thanks for that!
Jacqueline Palmer
01:10:26
Many thanks. Really interesting session.
Nicky Hawkins
01:10:41
Thank you so much for the session. I think I need to watch the recording again as there were so many brilliant tips included!
Lorraine Underwood
01:12:19
Thank you so much for this session. Very interesting. Looking forward to the different programmes
Lorraine Underwood
01:12:30
Are you aware that you are still live?