Presented by: David Vinegrad
Event Information: 6 PD Hours
This one day workshop targets classroom teachers, middle managers, principal class and all school based staff interested in coaching as a process to improve student learning outcomes and teaching quality. Have you ever wondered why programs including annual performance reviews, classroom observations, feedback, peer buddies, and mentoring don’t produce the results that schools want?
Teaching is a team game and to move from congenial staff relationships (good performance) to collegial staff relationships (great performance) people need:
• open classrooms
Teaching must be transformed from a private process in a closed classroom to a public act and peer coaching is a critical element to doing things right.
This workshop will explore and share best practice about -
What is coaching?
What is the best feedback that teachers need?
What makes a good coach?
How is it different to mentoring and supervision.
What are the drawbacks with traditional methods of classroom observation and performance revue?
Who needs the most coaching in your school and why?
What it takes to set up a school wide coaching program.
How to harness the resources of the school into an effective and powerful model.
Linking wellbeing and curriculum leadership to maximise student outcomes through coaching.
Learn practical skills to take back to your school and implement coaching immediately.
Wednesday 13th March, 2019
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
Target Audience: All classroom teachers, middle managers, principal class and all school based staff.
|$279.00 + GST|
About the Presenter
David Vinegrad is a well- known presenter with extensive experience in the area of behaviour management both nationally and internationally. He has highly developed skills as a facilitator, trainer, and presenter and is widely recognised as an international expert on restorative justice. He has played a major role in the introduction of restorative practices into schools in Australia and internationally and is an experienced counsellor and mediator including high level management of critical incidents and school based trauma. David has over 30 years of experience working with teachers and students in a variety of diverse educational settings undertaking and developing a wide range of roles including recent work in Japan and Brazil.