Coaching for Effective Learning: A Practical Guide for Teachers in Health and Social Care
Coaching for Effective Learning adopts a practical, how-to-do-it approach based on the real-life training experience of the authors. The methodology can be applied to a wide range of learning environments such as one on one, apprenticeships, mentoring, supervision, small group work and lecturing. The book considers the adult learning process and recognises different individuals' learning patterns, adapting participants' current skills to address new challenges. Undergraduate and postgraduate health and social care teachers and lecturers will find this book a very useful resource, as will general practice trainers, mentors, appraisers and supervisors. It will also be of interest to healthcare professionals interested in self development.
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