In another study, Mackie (1998) compared teachers who used the Cognitive Coaching format with teachers who received traditional supervision. Those who used Cognitive Coaching rated the overall quality of the observation process ...
Author: Arthur L. Costa
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
In this greatly expanded and extensively updated edition of a widely popular resource you see how teachers' individual and collective capacities for continuing self-improvement are strengthened over time through Cognitive Coaching. You gain essential skills, protocols, guidance, research and resources to use when implementing Cognitive Coaching principles and values in your own school setting. Working toward the goals of making school better places where more students succeed and satisfaction in learning and teaching prevail, Costa and Garmston let you know about their own learning, and how new research and practice can support individuals and schools in reaching higher, more satisfying, and more holistic performance. Organized into four sections, the book clearly and effectively presents these concepts: the meanings of cognitive coaching; the basics of teaching excellence; strategies and tactics for engaging in coaching; and how to integrate Cognitive Coaching throughout the system.
Cognitive CoachintM was originally developed as an alternative form of supervision for teachers and educators. Over time, the Cognitive Coaching Foundation Seminar® has been delivered in a variety of settings including educational, ...
Author: Jane L. Ellison
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
See how Cognitive Coaching principles have been woven into schools, systems, and classrooms and get a complete look at the ongoing process of implementing and sustaining coaching. Ideal for teachers, administrators, staff developers, and district leaders familiar with Cognitive Coaching, this resource shows you what practitioners who have actually learned and used Cognitive Coaching think about its applications.
Author: Kristine Reed WoleckPublish On: 2010-03-09
Some models, such as content-focused coaching, are specific to mathematics coaching, while others, such as cognitive coaching, are coaching models that cut across disciplines. The intent here is not to provide a full literature review ...
Author: Kristine Reed Woleck
Publisher: Corwin Press
The author unpacks specific cases or "moments" from her years as a mathematics coach, discussing what effective coaching looks like in practice, how to build relationships with teachers, and more.
A large bulk of studies have been carried out in the past decade in order to examine the potential benefits of cognitive training programs on the development of cognitive skills and the brain mechanisms that support them.
Author: Tilo Strobach
This book brings together a cutting edge international team of contributors to critically review the current knowledge regarding the effectiveness of training interventions designed to improve cognitive functions in different target populations. There is substantial evidence that cognitive and physical training can improve cognitive performance, but these benefits seem to vary as a function of the type and the intensity of interventions and the way training-induced gains are measured and analyzed. This book further fulfills the need for clarification of the mechanisms underlying cognitive and neural changes occurring after training. This book offers a comprehensive overview of empirical findings and methodological approaches of cognitive training research in different cognitive domains (memory, executive functions, etc.), types of training (working memory training, video game training, physical training, etc.), age groups (from children to young and older adults), target populations (children with developmental disorders, aging workers, MCI patients etc.), settings (laboratory-based studies, applied studies in clinical and educational settings), and methodological approaches (behavioral studies, neuroscientific studies). Chapters feature theoretical models that describe the mechanisms underlying training-induced cognitive and neural changes. Cognitive Training: An Overview of Features and Applications will be of interest to researchers, practitioners, students, and professors in the fields of psychology and neuroscience.
COGNITIVE COACHING Cognitive coaching includes strategies such as direct explanations , modelling , mutual dialogues and encouragement , and may include components of other approaches such as scaffolding .
Author: Adrian F. Ashman
Publisher: Psychology Press
First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Paris (1986) suggested thatthree aspects of cognitive coaching maycontribute tothe effectiveness of metacognitive instruction.First,teachers andstudents have common goals incoaching situationsthat providefor cooperationand mutual ...
Author: Beau Fly Jones
By establishing a conceptual framework and a common language for educators to work together, this volume attempts to answer the challenge facing all teachers -- how can students improve the quality of their thinking? Methods of strengthening the thought process include: helping students learn to monitor their attention and commitments; asking questions that require students to organize, analyze, and integrate information; setting tasks that involve complex processes such as problem solving and research; and modeling and reinforcing fair-mindedness.
Cognitive Coaching Coaching is another approach that has been especially effective with students who have autism and are functioning fairly well in school and home settings ( National Research Council, 2001 ). This cognitive approach ...
Author: Alice M. Hammel
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This book is the first resource to provide a comprehensive study of the music education of students with autism. Topics include: diagnosis, advocacy, and a collegial team-approach, as well as communication, cognition, behavior, sensory, and socialization challenges.
The teacher stopped, looked into the distance for what seemed like forever, and then came back to the coach. Something had shifted inside—a cognitive shift moment. The teacher said, “At my other school, I worked on a wonderful team—we ...
Author: William A. Sommers
Publisher: Corwin Press
Improve collective efficacy in schools through meaningful professional conversations In a landscape where technology can undermine personal connections, even the most talented educator can feel like they’re practicing their craft in isolation. Nine Professional Conversations to Change Our Schools is a framework for revitalizing the art of the professional conversation. It guides educators through structures for collaboration, grants access to vast storehouses of applied wisdom, and facilitates a consensual knowledge base for standards of excellence. 9 conversational strategies designed to promote collective efficacy in education Learning scenarios demonstrate the effectiveness of these conversations in action Accessible Conversational Dashboard assists in analyzing conditions for success
in that is consists of weekly hour-long sessions over the course of 2 years cumulating in 60 sessions of computer-based neurocognitive training and 45 social-cognitive group sessions as well as weekly homework and individual coaching ...
Author: Stefan G. Hofmann
Publisher: Academic Press
The Science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy describes the scientific approach of CBT, reviews the efficacy and validity of the CBT model, and exemplifies important differences and commonalities of CBT approaches. The overarching principle of CBT interventions is that cognitions causally influence emotional experiences and behaviors. The book reviews recent mediation studies, experimental studies, and neuroimaging studies in affective neuroscience that support the basic model of CBT, as well as those that clarify the mechanisms of treatment change. Additionally, the book explains the interplay of cognition and emotion in CBT, specifies the treatment goals of CBT, discusses the relationship of cognitive models with medical models and associated diagnostic systems, and provides concrete illustrations of important general and disorder-specific considerations of CBT. Investigates the scientific foundation of CBT Explores the interplay of emotion and cognition in CBT Reviews neuroscience studies on the mechanisms of change in CBT Identifies similarities and differences in CBT approaches for different disorders Discusses CBT extensions and modifications Describes computer assisted applications of CBT
Using Literacy Strategies to Coach Across Content Areas Bonnie M. Davis ... In Cognitive Coaching: A Foundation for Renaissance Schools (2002), they define coaching as “a nonjudgmental, developmental, reflective model derived from a ...
Author: Bonnie M. Davis
Publisher: Corwin Press
This how-to resource encourages teachers to write and reflect upon their practices in a unique approach to coaching that bridges content areas and honors distinctive learning styles.