Instructional coaching is a powerful way to help people do better in any area of their lives. It helps people gain new skills, get past problems, and reach their goals.
Why is instructional coaching a good idea?
Instructional coaching is one of the best ways to help people learn new skills and get through tough situations. Here are a few reasons why instructional coaching is a good idea:
- Help teachers learn new skills
- Help teachers improve their performance
- Help teachers deal with problems
- Help teachers reach their goals.
What is the purpose of instructional coaching?
Instructional coaching is a process in which a coach gives feedback and helps a learner reach a goal. It's often used when learning something new, like a new skill or how to deal with a difficult situation. A coach might give advice on how to do things better, suggest other ways to do things, or just cheer someone on.
When should I use coaching to teach?
When a learner needs help with a task or activity, an instructional coach can help. They can also help learners who are having trouble with a certain idea or skill. In these situations, a coach can help them figure out what they're doing wrong and show them how to fix it.
We here at H&H Child Care Training Center understand the need for more early childhood instructional coaches and have created an online course, Basics 101: Coaching & Mentoring, to help those interested in becoming coaches get a basic understanding of what coaching is and what key elements of an effective coaching program can look like.
H & H Child Care Training Courses grant .2 CEUs or more as well as awarding state approved clock hours of 2 or more for all childcare centers, and family childcare providers in many states. Check with your licensing agency to check for any additional requirements and to see if we are approved in your home state. Click on childcareed.com to learn more and schedule your next class today!