Co-coaching encourages educators to be curious, creative and supportive.

Co-coaching is facilitated by a ‘coach’ who helps their coaching partner to explore experiences, opportunities and feelings related to their work in education. Sharing narratives, stories and experiences are a good way to begin co-coaching. The coach listens and begins to offer questions which support critical thinking, develop new perspectives and trigger decision making for actions.


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