The 2 Skills Every Teacher MUST Have To Accelerate Pupil Progress
Find out the 2 teaching skills that you need to develop in all your teachers if you want your pupils to progress – FAST!
As a school leader, it’s frustrating to know that your pupils aren’t making the progress they’re really capable of, isn’t it?
Now, the fact is that most teachers haven’t been trained in effective questioning and listening skills. And that’s because we tend to take these skills for granted.
But the reality is that most staff aren’t naturally great at this.
And the problem is that poor questioning and listening in the classroom produce shallow thinking and low level responses and this lack of challenge then slows pupils’ progress, and ultimately they get bored, and they ‘switch off.’ And teachers then end up spoon-feeding them the answers.
So how can you fix this?
Our online coach approach course provides staff with powerful questioning and listening skills. And when they’ve learned our questioning and listening techniques, they’ll be able to challenge pupils more, and produce deeper, more creative responses. They’ll also learn how to listen effectively and give pupils the processing time that’s needed for deep learning. And they’ll discover how to make pupils more confident and more independent. So no more spoon-feeding.
And these skills will improve engagement and significantly accelerate pupil progress.
I’m Annie Boate, CEO at Coaching in Schools.
And to support schools during Coronavirus we’ve drastically reduced the price of this course for a short period. Go to: bit.ly/thecoachapproach to see the details and apply, so that your pupils can make the progress that they’re really capable of.