(as used in e-learning): Online tools that assist users with cognitive (intellectual) tasks Usually, the coaching instructions are built into the software, but sometimes, the coach is an actual person who interacts with a learner through instant messaging Also called advisor
A coach is one of the separate sections of a train that carries passengers. The train was an elaborate affair of sixteen coaches
n [a large comfortable bus] bis turis (bis) 2 n [a wagon for passengers on a train] kereta
(verb and noun) to train intensively by instruction, demonstration and practice In training drills, one twin (a students study partner) is made the coach and the other the student The coach, in his coaching actions, coaches the student to achieve the purpose of the drill He coaches with reality and intention, following exactly the materials pertaining to the drill to get the student through it When this is achieved the roles are then reversed-the student becoming the coach and the coach becoming the student
a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work"
A view of teaching which is student-centered, supportive, challenging, models desired outcomes, and allows students to demonstrate what they know and are able to do Teachers who assume the role of coach regularly provide students with constructive feedback designed to improve learning and "push" performance towards high standards
A person who trains athletes or athletic teams In football the coach is more concerned with developing offensive and defensive tactics and strategy
State carriage, four-wheeled, seating four, usually enclosed with windows all around, a curved underbody and the roof forming part of the framing of the body A Town Coach was a massive vehicle, drawn by up to six heavy horses, with armorial bearings painted on the doors
To drive or to ride in a coach; sometimes used with a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver a person who gives private instruction (as in singing or acting) (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports; "He is training our Olympic team"; "She is coaching the crew"
An individual who serves as a guide, leading others through an improvement process For example, a sales manager who counsels and advises his/her salespeople instead of simply telling them what to do Often used interchangeably with Mentor
A special tutor who assists in preparing a student for examination; a trainer; esp
The trainer of the team who also formulates offensive and defensive strategy In professional football there is a head coach assisted by several other coaches specializing in certain areas of training, such as offense, defense, strength training, etc
In baseball, a coach is a member of a team who stands near the first or third base, and gives signals to other members of the team who are on bases and are trying to score
A skydiver with some formal training in the art of instructing freefall technique
A coach is someone who gives people special teaching in a particular subject, especially in order to prepare them for an examination. What you need is a drama coach. = tutor
A person who instructs, demonstrates, directs, and prompts learners Generally concerned with methods rather than concepts There are four coaching roles/styles: hands-on - acting as an instructor for inexperienced learners hands-off - developing high performance in experienced learners supporter - helping learners use a flexible learning package qualifier - helping a learner develop a specific requirement for a competence-based or professional qualification Cognitive From the Latin cogito; "I think" The mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning Cognitive also refers to attempts to identify a perspective or theory in contrast to emphasizing observable behavior
teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports; "He is training our Olympic team"; "She is coaching the crew"
A coach is an enclosed vehicle with four wheels which is pulled by horses, and in which people used to travel. Coaches are still used for ceremonial events in some countries, such as Britain. Four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage with an enclosed body and an elevated seat in front for the driver. The coach originated in the 15th century in Hungary (where kocsi originally meant "wagon from the town of Kocs"). It was introduced in England in the mid-16th century. Coaches were used as public conveyances with inside seats for passengers (as in the stagecoach) and for mail delivery. They were used mainly in European cities into the 18th century, when the private carriage became more common
Directs the action of his team on the ice Usually stands behind his team's bench
A coach is someone who trains a person or team of people in a particular sport. Tony Woodcock has joined German amateur team SC Brueck as coach. = trainer
a team representative who is positioned in a coach's box while his/her team is on offense
- this term in the Master Plan refers to the lead facilitator of a Collaborative Study Group or a Critical Friends Group, as opposed to "peer coach" which refers to a member of the Professional Development Committee
If you coach someone, you give them special teaching in a particular subject, especially in order to prepare them for an examination. He gently coached me in French
A large, closed, four- wheeled carriage, having doors in the sides, and generally a front and back seat inside, each for two persons, and an elevated outside seat in front for the driver
A coach is a person whose role it is to bring about change for an individual to improve effectiveness with people, performance in a role or achieve a goal "Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximize their own performance It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them "
When someone coaches a person or a team, they help them to become better at a particular sport. Beckenbauer coached the West Germans to success in the World Cup final in Italy I had coached the Alliance team for some time. = train
n One who provides private instruction to increase another's proficiency of skills and talents or prepare a student for an examination
A coach at the end of a long-distance train which carries passengers for an intermediate destination and is decoupled or "slipped" and left behind. (In bygone times the decoupling was done on the move; the rest of the train did not stop.)
A sleeper bus (also known in the USA as an Entertainer Coach and in Europe as a Nightliner) is a type of specially adapted coach, often used to transport bands and their technicians and road crew between cities and shows
Coaching is a relationship in which the client and the coach are active collaborators for the purpose of meeting the clients needs The coach holds the client as naturally creative, resourceful and whole The agenda comes from the client; and the coaching relationship addresses the clients whole life Through a process of action and learning, the client makes desirable changes in one or more parts of his or her life, to create a life that is fulfilling and balanced On a practical level, the coaching process addresses setting and achieving goals On a spiritual level, coaching leads to a purposeful life where actions flow from innermost values The ultimate goal is supporting the client to reach her or his full potential
The process of being a coach, performing the functions detailed under "coach " The goal of coaching is the development, growth and success of those being coached Corporate CoachingCoaching within and with an entire corporation or different divisions, departments/teams within the corporation or organization
Similar to mentoring, coaching is a method of knowledge distribution However, the relationship between parties is often one-to-many and the coach is usually not an employee of the organization but an outside consultant See also: Mentoring Topic areas: Staff Development and Organizational Capacity
the assistance given to teachers in ways that will improve their job performance, not just for the purpose of doing better on the evaluation, but also for the purpose of improved teaching and increased student learning Coaching can include reviewing teacher products related to the domains being assessed, tutoring on the attributes being assessed, and offering feedback on the teachers' strengths and weaknesses Coaching can also refer to teachers coaching students so that the students will perform better on a measure used as an indicator of the teacher's performance See Mentoring, Peer Review, Test Score Pollution, Training
[ 'kOch ] (noun.) 1556. From French coche, from German Kutsche, from Hungarian kocsi. According to historians, the coach was named after the small Hungarian town of Kocs, which made a livelihood from cart building and transport between Vienna and Budapest.
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