Cognitive Coaching Advanced Seminar: Part I (July 29-31, 2015)

Cognitive Coaching Advanced Seminar: Part I (July 29-31, 2015)

July 29, 30, 31, 2015

 

Change in Location as of February 2015
 
Kent ISD
Educational Service Center
2930 Knapp Street NE
Grand Rapids MI 49525
 
The Cognitive Coaching Seminar focuses on the maps and tools needed to mediate another’s
thinking in a dynamic, individualized way. Coaches are equipped with maps and
tools which they use to assist the person being coached in ‘navigating’ the territory of
thinking.
 
 
Part 1 of the Advanced Seminar provides refinement and depth of learning for those
desiring to achieve expert proficiency in Cognitive Coachingâ„ . By participating in this
seminar, learners will:
 
 
  • Refine and extend core coaching capabilities and skills
  • Develop skills and advanced forms of paraphrasing, probing for specificity, and inquiring to mediate the thinking of others
  • Expand the possibilities of and applications for our identities as mediators
  • Frame personal coaching mastery as a journey, not a destination

 

Trainer: Jane Ellison, Executive Co Director of Thinking Collaborative
 
Participants must have completed Cognitive Coaching Foundation Seminar© Days 1-8.
To Register, please email:
 
Kimberly Young, youngk1@michigan.gov
Office: 517.373.0988
 
Register Now—space is limited to 25. Minimum of 20. Deadline for registration and
payment is June 30, 2015.
 
Cost: $750.00 per person includes seminar, materials, continental breakfast and
lunch on seminar dates.
 
Checks made out to Michigan Assessment Consortium and mail to Michigan Assessment
Consortium, 1001 Centennial Way, Suite 300, Lansing MI 48917. Purchase orders
will be accepted with full payment due by July 8, 2015.