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Delivering learning coaching functions in an organisation3 Delivering learning coaching functions in an organisation3 Presentation Transcript

  • 1 What is Learning Coaching?Learning It can be the role of a person, or a function carriedCoach out by a team, providing significant support to learners to:Support Help them develop learning skills Make best use of and develop their learning styles Maximise their development in a variety of areas of intelligence, including emotional intelligence Learning Coach support will also help them to identify goals and plan an appropriate individual learning pathway which takes account of skills, attributes and experience
  • 2  Work as part of team in learningLearning setting under learning professional toPathways 14- ensure consistency and continuity19 Guidance  Regular support to value learning,II 2006 encourage learner and overcome any barriers to learningLearning  Can work with young person to identify appropriate personal supportCoaching  Can refer to personal support professional with young person’s consent  Keeps record of Learning Pathways and updates for lead learning settings
  • 3 Each learner should be entitled to assistance in developing a Learning Pathway through:Learning • access to specific learning coach support,Pathways 14- either as an individual or as one19 Guidance of a small group;II 2006 • access to drop-in learning coach support; • opportunities for formal referral for those who have need for extra support; • access to other support initiatives, availableLearning through personal support, Careers Wales and other innovative routes involving newCoach technology.Entitlement
  • 4  Absenteeism / prolonged absence due to illness  Lack of organisation  Lack of motivation  Behavioral problemsWhy might  Relationships – peers, family,a young teachers, etc.person be  Self-esteemreferred to  Undiagnosed learning difficultiesa LearningCoach?
  • 5Proposals for All 14-19 year olds are required to have access to learning coacha Learning support to assist them in:and SkillsMeasure  developing their learning skills;2008  making better use of, and developing, their own learning styles,  maximising their own development in a variety of areas of intelligence including emotional intelligence.
  • 6  This statutory guidance aims toLearning provide details about how the Learning and Skills (Wales) Measureand Skills 2009 will work in practice to benefitMeasure 14-19 young people, the economy and communities in Wales  The Measure secures the creation of local curricula that will contain a wide range of courses and opportunities which learners aged 14-19 in Wales will have right to elect from  The Measure also sets out the entitlement of learners to follow their elected course of study
  • 7 Guidance Document February 2011Learning  Governing bodies should make available& Skills learning coaching to guide, coach and mentor young people to plan theirMeasure individual learning pathway, make2009 informed decisions, identify goals and become independent learners  Learning coaching is a function which can be provided by an individual or by a team and can be delivered to individuals or groups - depending on the needs of the young person/people. Guidance document No: 047/2011 Date of issue: February 2011