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Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 2

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 3

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 4

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 5

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 6

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 7

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 8

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 9

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 10

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


Slide 11

Subject Learning Coaches
Helen Scanlan
Newcastle College

What is a Subject Learning Coach?


SLCs are trained coaches who support
teaching, training and learning in their own
institutions.



The goal of their work is to enhance teaching
and learning and increase the motivation and
success of learners.
Success North Website, 2010

What does their role involve?
Does?

Does not?

Definition of coaching?
Peer coaching is a process through
which two or more professional
colleagues work together to
reflect upon current practices;
expand, refine and build new
skills; share ideas; conduct
action research; teach one another
and problem solve within the
workplace
Robbins (1995)

Skills needed to be a coach?

Skills needed to be a coach?











Subject knowledge
Teaching experience
Creative approach
Developed communication skills
Negotiator
Supportive
Tactful
‘Awareness’

‘Johari Window’

http://kevan.org/johari?view=Hellsbells1967

Based on the model
developed by
Joseph Luft and
Harry Ingram (1950)

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman 1995

Grow Model

What next?
If you are interested in completing the SLC
training and gaining the qualification, please
contact Lianne Abraham and we will contact
you in the New Year!

[email protected]
 0191 200 4565


Thank you for attending and
participating, and enjoy the
remainder of the day!


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