Teaching and learning tricky topics
Teaching and learning tricky topics

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Teaching and learning tricky topics

Further reading

Blessingwhite (2016) The CLEAR Coaching Model - Blessingwhite – Leadership Development and Employee Engagement. [Online]. Available at http://blessingwhite.com/ model/ 2016/ 05/ 17/ clear-coaching-model/ [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed 6 June 2018).
Whitmore, J. (2009) Coaching for performance: GROWing human potential and purpose: the principles and practice of coaching and leadership, 4th ed., United Kingdom, Nicholas Brealey Publishing.
Zachary, L. J. (2002) ‘The Role of Teacher as Mentor’, New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, Spring 2002, no. 93, pp. 27–38.
It might help to look through additional information about evidence-based practice:
Education Endowment Foundation’s What Works Network
Read more about the social theory of learning in the following:
Wenger, E. (1998). Communities of practice: learning, meaning and identity Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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