Cognitive Coaching

Cognitive Coaching

Process for Teaching and Learning

Downloadable Video - 2007
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This program describes and demonstrates specific examples of instructional conversation and other types of cognitive coaching; identifies instructional arrangements that are used to promote active learning by students; models questioning techniques and student interactions, including the ways in which cognitive coaches keep student discussion focused and productive; and considers the role that authentic and ongoing assessment plays in cognitive coaching. Good teaching, like good coaching, depends on instructional conversations in which the participants exchange ideas, build motivation, and develop strategies for improvement. The program shows how teachers can encourage students to employ strategies for success by providing cognitive coaching or "active teaching": by communicating with their students, focusing on development, motivating their students, and sharing in their students' performance
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c1991
Branch Call Number: eVideo
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (39 min.) : sd., col., digital file


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