Coaches Corner Resources
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The following resources have been designed for educators to deliver a communities of practice style opportunity.
They have been designed with the premise that the educator is the facilitator of discussions that occur through the Big Questions section of the presentation.
Often referred to as Communities of practice (COP) the art of people engaging in collective learning has been around for a long time, but as we are growing more into a technological era, we have been able to become far more connected.
The structural characteristics of a coaches corner are defined to a domain of knowledge, a notion of community and a practice:
Domain: A domain of knowledge creates common ground, inspires those who attend to participate, guides their learning, and gives meaning to their actions.
Community: The notion of a community creates the social fabric for that learning. A strong community fosters interactions and encourages a willingness to share ideas.
Practice: While the domain provides the general area of interest for the community, the practice is the specific focus around which the community develops, shares, and maintains its core of knowledge.
At the WRU we are seeking ways to focus learning through reflection of practice and are offering high valued learning environments, where peer to peer learning activities are offered as a complementary alternative alongside the more traditional course offerings.
These offerings will be specified by domains that you practise in, and our offerings will include such domains as female coaching, and those who are coaching at a specific age group amongst many others and are intrinsically linked to our coaching framework.
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