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Coaching to raise staff performance

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Last updated on 24 May 2016
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How can coaching raise staff performance? This article looks at guidance on the framework and benefits of coaching. It also links to case studies of coaching programmes in schools and a teaching school alliance, with a focus on the impact on teaching and learning.

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Contents

  1. 1 Guidance: conditions and frameworks for effective coaching
  2. 2 Guidance: benefits of coaching
  3. 3 Case study from a TSA: embed a coaching culture
  4. 4 Case study from a TSA: GROW model of coaching
  5. 5 CUREE case study: develop peer coaching relationships
  6. 6 CUREE case study: use observations effectively
  7. 7 National College case studies: interdependence and raising standards

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