THEORETICAL ASPECTS REGARDING SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES OF STIMULATING ACTIVITIES OF TRAINING IN COACHING PEDAGOGIC PRACTICE PUBLISHEDȘtefan Donatella, Orboi Manuela Dora, Gavrilă Codruța, Savescu Iasmina
By coaching students acquire a deep understanding of the organization and functioning of schools, experiencing different concrete ways of teaching, learning and assessment. Their involvement in activities is effective, being closely assisted by the coach. When students make mistakes, they are corrected in time, before certain inappropriate behaviors to stabilize. The quality of learning environment has a particular importance to apply coaching strategies. Such an environment should: be pleasant, relaxing, and open; stimulate involvement and investigative spirit; stimulate dialogue, cognitive conflict and cognitive surprise; have the necessary facilities to enable practicing a wide variety of professional behavior. Specific stimulating techniques activities of practical training that can be used in the context of coaching type pedagogical practice include: empty chair technique, inviting absent technique, organizational exercise, systemic observation of lecture, curricular document presentation and analysis, real time teaching, teamwork teaching, case studies, personal journal, relationship with parents. Coaching pedagogical practice approach is a real challenge, but it is to be always active and thinking creative, to know how to challenge a professional exercise.
coaching, stimulating activity, specific techniques, pedagogical practice