Background – Reversal theory
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- 1 Background – Reversal theory
- 2 National Framework for Mentoring and Coaching
- 3 Student Achievement through Staff Development (Joyce, B. and Showers, B.)
- 4 The Impact of Collaborative CPD on Classroom Teaching and Learning (Cordingley, P. Bell, M., Rundell, B. and Evans D.)
- 5 The Professional Development of Teachers: Theory and Practice (Adey, P., Hewitt, G., Hewitt, J. and Landua, N.)
A4 prompt sheet (Word format) outlining key features of Michael Apter's (2001) reversal theory when interpreting coachees' motivational states.
More appropriate for those already involved in co-coaching and wishing to develop, sustain or enhance their effectiveness when working with trainees engaged in co-coaching.
Likely to be most effective when analysing video clips of co-coaching sessions to speculate on the underlying motivations of participants.