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This ebook also includes some creative coaching exercises you can use in your coaching sessions and looks at a range of different coaching methods.
As we understand it, academic and youth coaching can have a positive impact on young people, because it helps them find or mobilize resources at a time when they may feel under pressure to adapt or deliver results. It’s field of intervention is that of Education from a double standpoint: that of the development of social skills in the broad sense and in particular of youngsters, an intense moment of psycho-bio-social development.
This type of coaching can help all learners from school children, college students, high school students and students up to PhD level. It can also help adult learners, but really enables students to better adapt to their academic requirements and master the organization of both school and home life.
You will be able to support your client in understanding how they learn. You will be able to find and implement feasible actions to achieve their goals. At the end of each coaching session, an action plan is used to monitor progress as the sessions take place.
Identifying an action plan to monitor progress and defining a study track or life path can help determine choices that increase the motivation of a student and their commitment to learning. You will use questioning to identify all the capabilities, strategies and resources the student has within them. This helps them build autonomy, so they can achieve their goals.
Understanding Academic Coaching
Academic Coaching vs Traditional Coaching
Definition of Academic Coaching
Synergy between coaching and academic support
Benefits of academic coaching
Different learning types
Coaching for students
The academic coaching process
The pedagogical coaching process
The 4MAT learning cycle
Vocational test – Riasec
The six personality types
My personal brand
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