Profile Make sure you have
reviewed the SL Learner's profile. It is on the AGWM-ER home page
under Learners Corner,
Learner's Profile Vault. You will need a pass code from the SL
Learner to be able to read it.
Get acquainted, finding out
about family, specific focus of ministry, interests, unique
Learner selects topic Determine and/or discuss the
Schedule Set a date and time for the
training meeting. (SL Learner is responsible for setting up the
schedule on Google calendar and notifying AGWM-ER Area Directors.)
My Training Record so you can record
your training experience and then click to the appropriate topical
article or go directly to the table of contents.
Read the complete topical article making your own notes using the Notes
the Quick Link on the AGWM-ER home page,
click on the training topic you will be coaching your SL Learner on.
Download the PDF for the SL Coach's Training Guide and Discussion
Prepare for the
coaching session by reviewing the questions and/or exercise. It is
important you know the material from the assigned topical article well
so you can refer back to a relevant portion during your discussion when
helping to clarify a question or expand a point. It is recommended
you read the entire article first and then before your coaching session
to go back and re-read the applicable section pointed out in your
Trainers Guide. Remember, the key
to the coaching session is to assure the SL Learner has learned.
It is not necessary to ask all of the questions on the Trainers Guide if
you feel the SL Learner is displaying a good comprehension of the topic.
You should plan for each session to run 1 - 1 1/2 hours at the most.
Assessment When you've completed the 3-4 Sessions be sure
to complete a Coaches Assessment.
Additional help When you've concluded
the training topic remind the SL Learner that a handy reference for
future issues is available under Level 1 Fix. They can access it
on the AGWM-ER home page.
Before your first training session you
had a conversation with your SL Learner to get acquainted.
As this meeting begins, after some brief
conversation about each other's lives, you may want to begin your session by
asking the following questions to help focus and frame the time together.
1. Was there a particular "ahah"
you discovered in your reading the assigned section? What was it? Why do you think
you had that reaction?
2. Describe some typical
circumstances in your ministry where this topical issue frequently comes up.
(ex. conflict, power issues, differences in disclosure and feedback styles,
3. What part of your reading did you have
difficulty with either in agreement or understanding?
Move to the Trainers Guide to
process the just read material utilizing the Power Points to help illustrate
(Suggest you use the pdf file of the Power Points for flexibility and
to go to Level 2 Train for your training materials.
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